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RIPE 78: The Big Picture
RIPE 78: The Big Picture
Hans Petter Holen — 30 Aug 2019

The community met in Reykjavik for RIPE 78 over 20-24 May 2019. In keeping with the idea of better reporting, here are some of the key events and discussions from the meeting week. A lot goes on at a RIPE Meeting, so not everything is mentioned here. Topics are ordered roughly according to when they took place during the meeting, rather than by importance. … Read more

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Measuring the Impact of DNS Flag Day
Measuring the Impact of DNS Flag Day
Willem Toorop — 23 Aug 2019

DNS Flag Day was the result of a collaborative effort and agreement of DNS implementers and DNS resolver operators to commit to no longer providing workarounds for non-standards-compliant authoritative nameservers as of 1 February 2019. In the lead up to DNS Flag Day, and as part of the outreach, the focus for measurements has been the authoritative nameservers that needed to be fixed. In this post, we will take the other perspective and look at resolvers and resolver implementations — what was resolver behaviour on the Internet before DNS Flag Day, and how does the uptake of dropping workarounds disseminate in the wild?… Read more

ARTEMIS: an Open-source Tool for Detecting BGP Prefix Hijacking in Real Time
ARTEMIS: an Open-source Tool for Detecting BGP Prefix Hijacking in Real Time
Vasileios Kotronis — 21 Aug 2019

ARTEMIS is a defense approach against BGP prefix hijacking attacks. It is (a) based on accurate and fast detection operated by the AS itself, by leveraging the pervasiveness of publicly available BGP monitoring services, and it (b) enables flexible and fast mitigation of hijacking events. In this article, we analyse the ARTEMIS open-source tool that our team developed with the support of the RIPE NCC Community Projects Fund.… Read more

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