TCP sequence prediction attack

TCP suffers from well-known design flaws which make it possible to hijack or terminate applications that use it as their transport protocol. A SCP sequence prediction attack is an attempt to predict the sequence number used to identify the packets in a TCP connection, which can be used to forge packets, for example in a BGP Hijack.


1 Blind spoofing attack (OR)

1.1 Guess sequence number use (AND)
1.2 Inject valid message

2 Non-blind spoofing attack

2.1 Sniff traffic (AND)
2.2 Inject valid message based on sequence numbers