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Honeypot-based Monitoring of Amplification DDoS Attacks

Johannes Krupp

Amplification DDoS attacks are one of the most prevalent forms of denial-of-service attacks. The SISSDEN project (sissden.eu) operates a network of honeypots designed to detect these attacks, observing 10,000 per day.

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Measuring the Adoption of RPKI Route Origin Validation

Andreas Reuter

The number of Resource Certificates and ROAs is steadily growing, especially in the RIPE NCC service region. However, it remains unclear how widely BGP speakers on the Internet are actually using route origin validation (ROV) to drop or de-preference invalid announcements.

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Opportunities and Challenges of Ad-based Measurements from the Edge of the Network

Patricia Callejo

Read how we're using AdTag, a new methodology to perform network measurements that leverage the nature of ad networks.

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Sketching Connectivity Between Users

Emile Aben

We're looking at user-to-user connections, based on RIPE Atlas measurements and ISP's end-user market share estimates provided by the APNIC.

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Dissecting DNS Defenses During DDoS Attacks

Giovane Moura

New technical report evaluates DNS defenses in the wild against DDoS attacks and shows some interesting results.

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Could Blockchain Help in Interdomain Routing Security?

Jordi Paillissé Vilanova

Blockchain technology is attracting a lot of attention among the security community since it provides a way to exchange information among a set of distrusting entities without the use of digital certificates and centralised control. Blockchain provides means for distrusting parties to reach consens…

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Report from the Conference on Passive and Active Measurements

Emile Aben

Last week I attended the Passive and Active Measurement (PAM) conference in Berlin. In this article I present some highlights and take-aways.

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Join the Network Operators Tools Hackathon

Vesna Manojlovic

RIPE NCC and iNOG are co-hosting a hackathon in June 2018 in Dublin, with the focus on tools for network operators. We are looking for participants, sponsors, and interesting project proposals - you can apply today!

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IETF 101 Liveblog

Gergana Petrova

The 101st meeting of the Internet Engineering Task Force (IETF) runs from 17 - 23 March 2018 in London. RIPE NCC staff at the event will be live blogging key moments. See this page for regular updates on the issues, arguments and ideas discussed over the course of the meeting.

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FOSDEM 2018: What Happens in Brussels (Ends Up on the Internet)

Vesna Manojlovic

FOSDEM is an opportunity for developers of free and open-source software from around the world to meet in “real life”, every February, for one weekend in Brussels. Among all the conversations and experiences are many topics relevant for the RIPE community.

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