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We recently analyzed the reputation of a country’s Internet (IPv4) addresses by examining the number of blacklisted IPv4 addresses that geolocate to a given ...
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This article is looking at different measurements done at the network level and at the end user level and the results seen through these measurements.
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This article is based on a lightning talk Matthew Luckie of CAIDA presented at the recent NANOG 54 meeting of work done in conjunction with Amogh Dhamdhere and ...
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Around 90% of all email is spam, and the situation is not getting better. The IIAR project at the University of Texas is building econometric models for ...
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IPv6 RIPEness helped in creating awareness and got people into action with regards to their first steps towards deploying IPv6 in the RIPE NCC service region. ...
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It’s been almost seven years since World IPv6 Launch day on 6 June 2011 (*). In those seven years, we’ve managed to place ever-increasing pressure on the ...
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This graph shows TCP queries coming to K-root during 4 hours on 3 June 2010.
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After creating a rating system, in which RIPE NCC members can get up to four “stars” for IPv6 services, depending on certain criteria, we now looked at the ...
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This study, done by Geoff Huston and George Michaelson from the APNIC is looking at the level of background traffic observed in networks 14/8 and 223/8.
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With the increased deployment of IPv6, we were curious to see how much the amount of spam sent over IPv6 increases.
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