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Re: Heads up: Long AS-sets announced in the next few days

  • From: Kurt Erik Lindqvist
  • Date: Wed Mar 02 14:04:36 2005

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On 2005-03-02, at 19.38, James A. T. Rice wrote:

> This seems to suggest that you are just picking ASns at random to 
> inject into the paths, and that you don't have a set of ASs which you 
> have the assignees permission to use.

Would't this then actually equate to resource hijacking along the lines 
of prefix hijacking? Who will be the first to hit the RIRs?

- - kurtis -

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