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Network anomalies are not understood the same way among the network experts. However, establishing a unified view is important for the development of anomaly ...
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We used a number of RIPE NCC tools and data sets to take a quick look at the recent DDoS attack on Dyn’s infrastructure. We wanted to see if this could be ...
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This project aims at creating a simple, copy & paste-able HOWTO for secure crypto settings of the most common services (webservers, mail, ssh, etc.). It was ...
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SSHCure is an Intrusion Detection System for SSH, developed at the University of Twente. It allows analysing large amounts of flow data and is the first IDS ...
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We wanted to find out what network security experts think about network anomalies. We created a short web survey in order to map opinions of network ...
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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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The advent of IPv6 changes not only the network components, but also the security field shifts. We see new types of attacks or at least variations of the ...
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We built a tool to visualise network latency measured with RIPE Atlas.
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You might not have noticed, but there are chances that your ISP is playing nasty tricks with your DNS traffic.
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Going online on unknown Internet hotspots - whether at a restaurant, an airport or in a restaurant - isn't actually very safe or secure for users. This is due ...
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