1. Suppose you have a machine with a static IP address. Further suppose this IP address was blocked by a gaming site where you really wanted to play. Could you simply forge your IP address and gain access to the site?
2. Given the answer to #1, why are DoS attacks so successful when they forge their IP address?
3. Why do DoS attackers often send a 65536-byte packet to their victims?
4. What are the two things we allow an adversary to learn when he passively eavesdrops on an encrypted line?
5. Text problem 2.7.2 (pg 57)
6. Text problem 2.7.6 (pg 58)