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The RIPE NCC and Juniper Networks are co-hosting the first RPKI deployathon in March 2019 - a two-day event which will bring together network professionals to ...
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On Sunday, 17 February 2019, 51 representatives from 37 organisations came together in Cloudflare's San Francisco offices for a roundtable discussion. The aim ...
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The amount of members requesting a Resource Certificate is steadily climbing, soon reaching 900. What is even more impressive is the amount of routing ...
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BGP prefix hijacking is a persistent threat against Internet organisations, attributed to a lack of authorisation and authentication mechanisms in the ...
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A brief look at the effects of BGP route origin validation on mis-announcements and hijackings.
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How can you quickly figure out if a network you are using is dropping invalid Resource Public Key Infrastructure (RPKI) BGP announcements? You can do so by ...
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In this post (originally published on the APNIC blog), Cengiz Alaettinoglou gives a brief overview and comparison of the IRR and SIDR security models and ...
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There are many flavours of BGP hijacks, misconfigurations or outdated implementations. Here are some examples and tips how to verify your announcements.
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A few weeks ago, Mozilla started to use RPKI (Resource Public Key Infrastructure) and ROAs (Route Origin Authorization). Here is a quick introduction.
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