BGP is the Internet's de facto routing protocol - but relatively few have a deep understanding of its vulnerabilities. Delving into threats posed by misconfigurations and hijacks, Lefteris Manassakis discusses BGP and the importance of mitigation, monitoring, and detection with ARTEMIS and Code BGP.
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00:51 - ARTEMIS is a system that enables network operators to monitor, detect and mitigate the effects of BGP prefix hijacking events. Read up on ARTEMIS on RIPE Labs or read other blog posts and academic papers on the ARTEMIS website.
01:00 - Code BGP
01:07 - Lefteris presenting on CodeBGP at RIPE 85
04:10 - An example of other research from Lefteris and Fontas.
04:42 - BGP version 1 in RFC 1105
04:50 - BGP version 4 in RFC 4271
07:21 - A profile on Christos Papadimitriou
08:18 - OSPF
16:22 - The ARTEMIS paper
17:11 - Stable Internet Routing Without Global Coordination by Lixin Gao and Jennifer Rexford
19:22 - RFC 7908
21:40 - Rogers outage
26:38 - Sharon Goldberg and others on the use of maxlength in RPKI.
27:57 - RFC 9319
34:00 - RIPE NCC Community Projects Fund
35:00 - The Code BGP team
41:10 - RIS Live
48:33 - MANRS and Code BGP
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