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Measuring Encrypted-DNS Censorship Using OONI Probe

Simone Basso

In this article we talk through the preliminary results of an encrypted-DNS censorship study currently being conducted by the Open Observatory Network Interference (OONI).

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Journeying into XDP Part 2: XDPerimenting with DNS Telemetry

Luuk Hendriks

In this instalment of our Journeying into XDP series, we look into a passive BPF-program that enables us to plot graphs of DNS metrics without altering the DNS packets or touching the DNS software itself.

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Where Did My Packet Go? Measuring the Impact of RPKI ROV

Koen van Hove

Merely doing RPKI ROV does not provide any guarantees where your packet ends up. We conducted an experiment where we look into the impact of RPKI ROV on whether the packet ends up in the intended location based on active beaconing with two servers.

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Dealing with the Undercurrent of Unwanted Traffic

Leslie Daigle

It’s common knowledge that there are “bad actors” on the Internet, poking and prodding open ports as they find them. But just how much of this “unwanted traffic” is out there, and how much is “too much” to allow out of a source network?

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IPv6 10 Years Out: An Analysis in Users, Tables, and Traffic

Rene Wilhelm

On 6 June 2012, the Internet Society organised the World IPv6 Launch. On that day, participants switched on IPv6 not just for testing, but to use permanently in production services. As ten years have passed since, we look at how IPv6 adoption and deployment has progressed, in terms of routing, end-…

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Revealing Bias in Internet Measurements

Alun Davies

Internet measurement platforms give us a clearer understanding of the state of the Internet. But none of these platforms gives us a ‘view from everywhere’, so that understanding will always be based on a partial and potentially biased view of things. In this episode, Pavlos Sermpezis talks about th…

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RightsCon - Join the Discussion on Digital Rights

Gergana Petrova

RightsCon is one of the most established forums for human rights in the digital age. In this article, we give you a taste of some of the issues discussed and hopefully involve you in the debate. We definitely need more voices from the technical community!

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An Introduction to IRR Explorer

Teun Vink

In this article we take a look at how IRR explorer can be used to analyse and improve routing, IRR registrations, and RPKI configurations by looking at a number of real world examples.

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RIPE Atlas: A Distributed View of the Internet

Alun Davies

Twelve years ago the RIPE NCC set out to build the largest Internet measurement network ever made. Today, RIPE Atlas provides users with an unprecedented understanding of the state of the Internet in real time. In this episode, I catch up with Robert Kisteleki to talk about how RIPE Atlas developed…

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The Curious Case of Packets From ::

Robert Kisteleki

RIPE Atlas has a large enough footprint all over the world to observe various kinds of network behaviour. Recently we've been notified about a case where the IPv6 source address ::/128 appeared in some of our traceroutes. We set out to discover why this happens.

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