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RIPE NCC Webinars for the Ukrainian Internet Community

RIPE NCC Webinars for the Ukrainian Internet Community

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At the request of the Ukrainian RIPE community, on 12 and 13 June 2024 the RIPE NCC organised two webinars for the Ukrainian community on LIR Procedures and Operating the RIPE Database.

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Assessing the Security of Internet Paths

Assessing the Security of Internet Paths

Shyam Krishna Khadka

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Although many critical infrastructures (CIs) rely on cloud services (e.g., email) for their daily operations, they typically have limited insight into the security status of the paths their traffic might follow across the Internet to reach their cloud provider’s infrastructures. Can a CI know all t…

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A Multifaceted Look at Starlink Performance - The Good, the Bad and the Ugly

A Multifaceted Look at Starlink Performance - The Good, the Bad and the Ugly

Nitinder Mohan

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How does Starlink stack up against terrestrial ISPs as a global service? And exactly what factors impact its operations? A new multifaceted active and passive measurement study uncovers the good, the bad and the ugly when it comes to Starlink performance.

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Paola Grosso: Defining a Responsible Internet

Paola Grosso: Defining a Responsible Internet

Alun Davies

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For many, the Internet is essentially a black box. We connect with other endpoints to send and receive data, but we have little insight into what happens in between. Dr Paola Grosso talks about how CATRIN seeks to provide more visibility and control so we can make more responsible decisions on how …

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20 Years of Inferring Interdomain Routing Policies

20 Years of Inferring Interdomain Routing Policies

Savvas Kastanakis

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As the structure of the Internet has become ever flatter over time, what effect has this had on the dynamics of inter-domain routing? A new study examines whether 20-year-old insights into the characteristics of routing policies still hold.

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Whose CIDR Is It Anyway?

Whose CIDR Is It Anyway?

Jan Schaumann

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IP address space wasn't divided evenly, and after years of re-allocation and re-assigment, the question that comes to mind is: who owns what parts of it? In the latest in a series of articles on the centralisation of the Internet, Jan Schaumann digs into the data to try to get a clearer view.

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Working Towards a Coordinated RPKI System

Working Towards a Coordinated RPKI System

Sofía Silva Berenguer

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What would a single, global RPKI system look like?

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From Academia to Internet: Pioneers of EARN, NSFNET and RIPE

From Academia to Internet: Pioneers of EARN, NSFNET and RIPE

Anastasiya Pak

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In this episode of the RIPE Labs podcast, three Internet pioneers talk about how they helped grow the Internet out of its early infancy, back when its purpose - and much of the excitement around its development - lay in the promise of connecting researchers from around the world.

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IPv6 Stockpiling: A Trojan Horse in Our Midst?

IPv6 Stockpiling: A Trojan Horse in Our Midst?

Marco Schmidt

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The current combination of RIPE policies and rules for RIPE NCC membership enable IPv6 stockpiling. And what might sound like an unlikely activity is not only happening, but is actually on the rise. Here we look at the trends and some of the potential consequences and ask where we go from here.

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Authenticated DNSSEC Bootstrapping: From Hackathon Project to Useful Software

Authenticated DNSSEC Bootstrapping: From Hackathon Project to Useful Software

Peter Thomassen

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At the RIPE DNS Hackathon 2023, a group of DNS enthusiasts started writing implementations of the Authenticated DNSSEC Bootstrapping protocol. After the event, the work continued, culminating in the completion of a module for Knot DNS. So what problem does the new feature address, and how can you u…

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