Questions tagged [starvation]

A starvation attacks are a sub-category of denial-of-service attacks caused by depriving the server of a key resource. Common examples are SYN flood (depriving CPU) and DHCP Starvation (depriving MAC addresses).

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What are the cons of dhcp snooping, dynamic arp inspection and ip guard?

I read about a couple of layer 2 protections against dhcp starving, mac and ip spoofing- ip guard, dhcp snooping and dynamic arp inspection. Are there any cons or vulnerabilies which enable bypassing ...
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DHCP Starvation Attack doesn't work in my virtual lab

I've installed DHCP server in VirtualBox host-only network type. Other clients in VirtualBox can get their IP addresses successfully from my DHCP server. I've decided to attack this DHCP server and ...