Tim Bass writes:
(2) Using documented stochastic methods, look for the hidden
pattern in the pseudo-random sequences.
I will point out that this is not possible in the general case.
(3) Given it is possible to break the code, hack together some
telnet 'update the router access-lists' based on the predictive
algorithm. (another chapter, yet to be documented)
Let me get this straight.
You are being sprayed with over 200 packets a second in a random
sequence. You are to reload your Cisco's access lists 200 times a
second over a telnet based expect script or something similar?
This doesn't strike you as impractical?
Admittedly, it is difficult
It is impossible using the stated methods.