The secondary IP address market has become a viable source of IPv4 address space, but it may also present opportunities to malicious networks to bypass reputation-based security mechanisms. In this article we summarise the results of our first detailed study of how transferred IPv4 prefixes are mis…
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Vasileios Giotsas is a researcher at Lancaster University. His work focuses on systems security and resilience, distributed systems, and measurement and analysis of Internet protocols.
Internet Exchange Points (IXPs) originally aimed to keep local traffic local and reduce dependence on third parties. However, ever-increasing traffic volumes create pressure for denser and more diverse peering that challenges the traditional IXP model. A fundamental shift in peering practices is R…
Networks rely increasingly on Internet Exchange Points (IXPs) and carrier-neutral interconnection facilities that enable dense localised peering connectivity to handle the massive traffic exchange between clients and servers.
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