Using tokio, is there any built-in mechanism to protect against syn flood attacks

hello everyone, as i am getting to know tokio and rust, i start to wonder, since rust promote security for memory as a low level language, is tokio does the same for networking, like protecting against attacks like syn flood and its families?

tokio provides TCP/IP APIs on top of the kernels TCP APIs. Those just deal with sockets and connections, but not with raw packets (like SYN, ACK, etc).

Therefore these concerns need to be handled at a lower level.

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