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Old 4th May 2011
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Default Safer network traffic, but with potential side effects

From http://www.h-online.com/security/new...s-1237238.html

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With the further development of the "secure routing" concept, the debate around the potential consequences of centralising the inherently decentralised routing system has been rekindled. At the RIPE 62 (Réseaux IP Européens) meeting in Amsterdam, Internet Initiative Japan (IIJ) has presented its preliminary research for a secure Border Gateway Protocol, BGPsecPDF. In addition to providing secure sources via a routing PKI, the protocol is to offer certificates that secure the path of the routed data. The concept is designed to prevent re-routing attacks, and, in the view of the internet registry, RPKI-certified addresses increase the security of business transactions.
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