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.
We are pleased to announce that a Japanese translation of the MANRS document is now available. It is linked from the main MANRS page.
Some time ago, a group of MANRS participants agreed that it’d be a good idea to have more precise guidance for the implementation of MANRS Actions.
The Internet Society’s Andrei Robachevsky recently discussed with IDG News Service Collaborative Security, MANRS, and how we can work together to make the Internet’s routing system a safer and more stable pla
Just over one year ago, on the 6th of November 2014, a group of 9 network operators launched an effort called MANRS – Mutually Agreed Norms for Routing Security.
“Prevent traffic with spoofed source IP addresses” is one of the four Expected Actions outlined in the MANRS document, and one that could lead to significant reduction in DDoS attacks and an overall more secure routing syst
A new MANRS participant, SBTAP, writes on its website: “The autonomous system SBTAP of the City of San Benedetto del Tronto is the first public administration in Italy to join the Routing Resilience Manifesto”.
Last week, a pan-African Internet service provider of fibre-based connectivity, Workonline Communications, joined the group of MANRS supporters by declaring that they implement all four of the Actions.