Posts Tagged ‘RPKI’

Deploy360 @ PacNOG 19

Aftab Siddiqui from the Deploy360 team attended the 19th Pacific Network Operator’s Group (PacNOG 19) in Nadi, Fiji. The event was divided into a conference (28 November 2016) and workshops (29 November – 2 December 2016), and was organized by Pacific Islands Telecommunications Association (PITA) with support from APNIC, ICANN and NSRC. The event featured some interesting topics with a mixture of Read more…

May 31 Deadline For $40,000 Cybersecurity Grant For DNSSEC, RPKI, BGP and more

ISOC Cybersecurity Grant

Do you have an idea for a project related to DNSSEC, RPKI, BGP security or other security technologies? And will that project’s activities take place in the Asia-Pacific region?  (View the list of eligible countries and economies.) If so, the Information Society Information Fund (ISIF) Asia is seeking proposals for projects that can be funded Read more…

May 27th, 2016 by | Posted in DNSSEC, Securing BGP | Tags: , , , | No Comments

Deploy360@IETF95, Day 3: DNS, SIDR & IPv6

Sara Dickinson at DPRIVE

  Day 3 is another busy day for the Deploy360 team at IETF 95, albeit with a more orderly schedule. We kick-off with the DNS PRIVate Exchange and IPv6 Maintenance Working Groups, followed by the second session of the Secure Inter-Domain Routing Working Group, and first session of the Domain Name System Operations Working Group. NOTE: If you are unable Read more…

April 6th, 2016 by | Posted in DANE, DNSSEC, IETF, IPv6, Securing BGP, Standards | Tags: , , , , | No Comments

Deploy360@IETF95, Day 1: IPv6, TLS, SIDR, DNSSD, ACME & REGEXT

IETF95 Hackathon participants

It’s a very busy first day for the Deploy360 team at IETF 95 in Buenos Aires with our focus areas of IPv6, DNSSEC, securing BGP and TLS all having sessions during the day. Throughout this week at IETF 95 we’ll be bringing you these daily blog posts that point out what we are focused on during Read more…

PhNOG: Thriller in Manila

Kevin Meynell and Jane Coffin from ISOC participated in the PhNOG Conference 2016 which was held on the 25th of January 2016 in Manila, The Philippines. This was organised by the Department of Science and Technology – Advanced Science and Technology Institute (DOST-ASTI), in partnership with the Philippine Network Operators’ Group (PhNOG) and the Trans-Eurasia Information Network Network Read more…

February 19th, 2016 by | Posted in About Deploy360, BCOP, DNSSEC | Tags: , , | No Comments

Is RPKI ready to ROA?

Securing BGP

It’s worth drawing attention to the Study and Measurements of the RPKI Deployment. This is a recently published thesis analysing the deployment of RPKI and the quality of the data, but is also worth reading for its comprehensive documentation of routing incidents, the problems they can cause, and mitigation measures that can be implemented. The analysis reveals Read more…

Deploy360@IETF94, Day 5: SIDR & Sayonara

The final day at IETF 94 will just involve the Deploy360 team in the concluding session of the sidr (Secure Inter-Domain Routing) Working Group. It’s then farewell to Yokohama. It’s just a short session on Friday morning between 0900-10.30 UTC+9, with a couple of informational drafts on the agenda. These address two important scenarios though – if an Read more…

November 5th, 2015 by | Posted in Routing, Securing BGP, Standards | Tags: , , | No Comments

Deploy360@IETF94, Day 2: Homenet, SPRING & SIDR

Geoff Huston at APNIC 38

The second day at IETF 94 in Yokohama is all about home networking and secure routing for the Deploy360 team. Not to mention of course the evening social event which is also a chance to come and say hello . NOTE: If you are unable to attend IETF 94 in person, there are multiple ways to participate remotely. The homenet (Home Read more…

BGPmon: Using BGP Data To Fight Spam

BGPmon logo

Can we use BGP data to find email spammers? And could securing BGP provide a mechanism to help reduce spam? In a fascinating article on BGPmon’s site, Andree Toonk explores how they found that “IP squatting” is used by spammers.  Essentially the attack seems to work like this: The spammers identify a block of IP Read more…

September 18th, 2014 by | Posted in Securing BGP | Tags: , , , | No Comments

BGP Hijacker Steals Bitcoins

Securing BGP

Researchers at Dell’s Secureworks have uncovered multiple BGP incidents used to steal bitcoins. According to Secureworks, the attacker used a compromised administrator account at a yet undisclosed Canadian ISP. With this account they were able to then inject BGP routes which redirected traffic from machines mining Bitcoins to the attacker’s compromised host. Secureworks estimates that Read more…

August 8th, 2014 by | Posted in Routing, Securing BGP, TLS for Applications | Tags: , , | No Comments