Understanding IP Routing and Routing Attacks

Routers are what makes the Internet what it is. More specifically, routers are a central part of IP, the Internet protocol. When IP routing functions correctly the net runs well, when they don’t things are a mess. I’ll talk a bit about routing here, but if you aren’t familiar with routing and how the Internet […]
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Watch Out, Your Data Might Wander Down the Wrong Back Alley — Part 2

Last week I described how data moving between your two domestic sites might be routed through another country on the other side of the world. The IETF has a nice document, Generic Threats to Routing Protocols, describing the concepts of possible attacks and impacts. Interior routing protocols like OSPF are used within one organization and […]
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Watch Out, Your Data Might Wander Down the Wrong Back Alley — Part 1

On a recent visit to New York I saw Cortlandt Alley. It’s pretty much what you would expect of a New York alleyway — narrow, dark, lots of fire escapes, small loading docks and back entrances, some of them mysterious. What you wouldn’t expect is that it’s the only such alley in all of Manhattan. […]
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