The Event will be held in Zoom
26/10/2021 10:00 - 11:00
דמי השתתפות: ללא תשלוםהכניסה חופשית, נדרשת הרשמה
The effort to tackle the overly trusting nature of inter-domain routing protocols in the Internet extends back over the pasts 30 years or so. The latest offering is RPKI, which attempts to combine approaches borrowed from the X.509 public key certification world with the operation of BGP. The intent is to allow every BGP speak the ability to detect whether routing update messages are “genuine” or not, and in so doing making routing attacks harder to mount. But how good is this approach? What are its strengths and weaknesses in the ongoing effort to improve the robustness of the Internet’s routing infrastructure?