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Ilker Nadi Bozkurt and his colleagues found that the Internet is much slower than it could be. They wonder where this slowdown comes from and what can be done ...
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This year's Internet Measurement Conference (IMC) was held in London from 1 - 3 November. In this article we highlight some of the presented work that we think ...
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We want to fully understand the issue of security misconfigurations. We have some preliminary findings. But we need your help: Please, participate in our ...
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Last week, the Network Traffic, Measurement and Analysis Conference (TMA) took place in Maynooth, Ireland. A full week was scheduled, featuring a PhD school ...
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This post describes a technique to detect bursty TCP disconnections, and how it can be used on RIPE Atlas data to better detect outages in the Internet.
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We look into why dynamic addresses change and find ISPs that renumber periodically, most commonly every 24 hours or a multiple of 24 hours. We also find that ...
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Every day the Internet experiences failures that affect the reachability of certain zones (i.e prefixes), such as cities, countries, etc. Whenever such ...
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By analysing how resolvers select authoritative name servers in the wild we investigated how DNS operators are able to reduce DNS response times.
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With the increasing number of real-time applications (online games using virtual reality, multi-site financial transaction processing) and the radically new ...
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Open DNS resolvers that answer queries coming from anyone have been the main component of a large number of DDoS attacks in recent years.
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