MANRS was founded with the ambitious goal of improving the security and reliability of the global Internet routing system, based on collaboration among participants and shared responsibility for Internet infrastructure.
Verisign, a renowned security solutions provider and a DNS registry and root server operator, demonstrated its commitment to ensuring that the global routing system becomes more secure by joining Mutually Agreed Norms for Routing Security (MANRS) today.
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MANRS defines 4 Actions, which are really the building blocks for simple use cases. We believe that even if these measures are implemented widely, security and resilience of the Internet routing system will significantly improve.
OpenTransit further strengthens its security policy after joining MANRS and more affiliates from the Orange group to follow
Lats year one of the Orange subsidiaries – Open Transit Internet (OTI) joined MANRS. The company offers the wholesale Internet connectivity services and DDoS protection among others.
BGP prefix hijacking remains a problem for Internet routing, despite the (partial) use of RPKI or detection services.
A MANRS Best Current Operational Practices (BCOP) document has been published. Its objective is to provide guidance to network operators in implementing the MANRS actions.
Last week at RIPE 73 in Madrid, the MANRS BCOP document was presented and discussed at the BCOP TF session and the Routing-WG.
Today two leading Scandinavian research and education networks – NORDUnet and SUNET – have joined MANRS.
Today over on the Internet Society Internet Technology Matters blog, I wrote a piece about RFC 7908 being published. Most of us have heard the term “route leak,” but it was a vague term without an official, technical definition.