This article was originally published on the Internet Society’s Blog. This guest post by Oracle, an Organization Member of the Internet Society is announcing a new tool that complements our work to improve the security of the Internet’s routing infrastructur
France-IX has joined the MANRS IXP programme after meeting a number of eligibility criteria, reflecting its long-term involvement in securing routing infrastructure.
Here’s the round-up of the media coverage related to the MANRS Observatory launch.
Massive route leak impacts major parts of the Internet, including Cloudflare.
BGP super-blunder: How Verizon today sparked a ‘cascading catastrophic failure’ that knackered Cloudflare, Amazon, etc
Verizon sent a big chunk of the internet down a black hole this morning – and caused outages at Cloudflare, Facebook, Amazon, and others – after it wrongly accepted a network misconfiguration from a small ISP in Pennsylvania, USA.
Beginning at 09:43 UTC today (6 June 2019), Swiss data center colocation company Safe Host (AS21217) leaked over 70,000 routes to China Telecom (AS4134) in Frankfurt, Germany.
ASIET (Asociación Interamericana de Empresas de Telecomunicaciones) published the article on MANRS in the November’s edition of Telecomunicaciones de América Latina magazin
On 28 August 2018, Universidad Autónoma de Yucatán (UADY) joined the MANRS initiative
MANRS in the news: Oracle ‘net-watcher agrees, China Telecom is a repeat offender for misdirecting traffic
This article was written by Richard Chirgwin and originally published at The Register website. The views expressed in this article are those of the author alone and not the Internet Society/MANRS.