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Re: That pesky AS path corruption bug...
- From: Adrian Chadd
- Date: Thu May 25 02:13:32 2000
On Thu, May 25, 2000, Michael Shields wrote:
> In article <20000524163200.D367@ewok.creative.net.au>,
> Adrian Chadd <email@example.com> wrote:
> > Cryptographically signing here ensures someone isn't going to tamper
> > with your route announcements in transit. When script kiddies have the
> > technology to splice fibre cabes in their backyard and sniff/replace
> > data at line speed, I'm sure they will have more fun things to do than
> > mess with your BGP session.
> Are you as confident about the security of exchange point fabrics?
No, but I can think of better things to be doing than fucking with
route announcements. ;-)
Although I do concede here, signing can also provide a level
of route filtering as was mentioned in the last email back at me.
Has anyone got any working code for that?
Adrian Chadd Build a man a fire, and he's warm for the
<firstname.lastname@example.org> rest of the evening. Set a man on fire and
he's warm for the rest of his life.