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.
Technology and Innovation
Based in Haarlem, Netherlands
I have a background as a software engineer and cloud expert, using my experience from working on the IT infrastructure within startups and corporates to transform the digital economy, making it future-proof and sustainable. My focus is on the success of the SDIA Roadmap and activating our community to work towards a sustainable digital economy. I firmly believe in sustainability as a positive opportunity to make the world better and hope to contribute to it with my work.
The Sustainable Digital Infrastructure Alliance e.V. (SDIA) and the German Environmental Protection Agency (UBA) invite the open-source community to spend an afternoon measuring and reducing the environmental impact of popular open-source libraries and tools. Together we hope to make a positive con…
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).
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.
Vesna Manojlovic is Community Builder at RIPE NCC. Vesna joined the RIPE NCC as a Trainer in 1999. In 2003, she took responsibility for developing and delivering advanced courses, such as RPSL, Routing Registry, DNSSEC and IPv6. In 2008, she lead efforts to establish IPv6 RIPEness as a measure of IPv6 deployment among LIRs. In 2011, she joined the Science Division as Manager of the Measurements Community Building team; in 2015 she moved to Communications Department as Senior Community Builder, with a focus on organising hackathons. Vesna gives presentations at many technical conferences and workshops, and enjoys visiting hackerspaces. Vesna received a Batchelor of Sciences Degree in Computer Science and Informatics from the School of Electrical Engineering, University of Belgrade. She has three children.
Environmental sustainability is a hugely worrisome topic for the Internet industry - and as a Community Builder for the RIPE community, I find it important to engage with the academics and activists who both share our concerns and can contribute in our governance processes. Here is a look back to t…
Our research considers the impact of malicious publication points on the resilience of RPKI. We explored attacks that target the functionality of the relying party implementations and evaluated the resulting impact on the RPKI validation. We found all the relying party implementations to be vulnera…
Based in Vermont, US
Leslie Daigle has been working at the intersection of technology, business/economics and policy to drive effective change for more than twenty years. Always fascinated by the Internet’s technology, innovation and real world impact, she started her professional career working with Internet applications technologies for corporate commercial activities, and expanded to take on leadership roles within the premier Internet technology standardization organization, the Internet Engineering Task Force (IETF). Leslie is currently the Global Technical Officer at the Global Cyber Alliance (GCA), furthering GCA’s development and deployment of global solutions that contribute to eradicating cyber risk. Leslie is the Principal at ThinkingCat Enterprises. She has attracted funding for projects focusing on advancing the Internet’s technology development and deployment through leadership and targeted activities coordinating action of interested Internet stakeholders. Leslie was previously the Internet Society’s first Chief Internet Technology Officer.
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?
Based in Arnhem, The Netherlands
Giovane is a Data Scientist with SIDN Labs (.nl registry) and Guest Researcher at TU Delft, in the Netherlands. He works on security and Internet measurements research projects. Prior to SIDN, he worked as a Postdoctoral Researcher at Delft University of Technology, in The Netherlands. He obtained his Ph.D. degree with Prof. Aiko Pras at the University of Twente, also in the Netherlands, with focus on both active and passive Internet measurements. His research interests include Internet Measurements, Management, Security and Machine Learning applications. You can reach him at http://giovane-moura.nl/
RFC 9199 puts forward six considerations for large authoritative DNS server operators each derived from peer-reviewed research. Giovane Moura from SIDN Labs walks us through the list of considerations and the experience he and his co-authors had with the RFC process.
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-…
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…