New SLP Vulnerability Could Enable Massive DDoS Attacks
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Security researchers have discovered a high-severity vulnerability in the Service Location Protocol (SLP) which could be exploited to launch among the largest DDoS amplification attacks ever seen.

BitSight and Curesec said the CVSS 8.6-rated bug CVE-2023-29552 could enable attackers to launch reflective amplification attacks with a factor as high as 2200 times.


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