Addressing Challenges With Network Security Preparedness
This article originally appeared on MediaNama, which has kindly let us republish it. As the Internet grows, its foundational design flaw of not having security built in is leaving…
Major ANZ operators at risk of traffic hijack as they lag on RPKI
This article originally appeared on CommsDay, which has kindly let us republish it. Major operators in Australia and New Zealand are at risk of having their traffic hijacked because…
MANRS in the News: Introducing Oracle Internet Intelligence IXP Filter Check
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…
MANRS in the News: France-IX Joins the MANRS Initiative
France-IX has joined the MANRS IXP programme after meeting a number of eligibility criteria, reflecting its long-term involvement in securing routing infrastructure.
MANRS Observatory in the News
Here's the round-up of the media coverage related to the MANRS Observatory launch.
How Verizon and a BGP Optimizer Knocked Large Parts of the Internet Offline Today
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…
Large European Routing Leak Sends Traffic Through China Telecom
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. China Telecom then…
MANRS in the news: ISOC MANRS – el manifiesto de ruteo seguro
ASIET (Asociación Interamericana de Empresas de Telecomunicaciones) published the article on MANRS in the November’s edition of Telecomunicaciones de América Latina magazine.