[lacnog] Redireccion de trafico en BGP

Francisco Arias farias en nic.mx
Vie Ago 29 14:50:16 BRT 2008


         Anexo una aclaración que hizo en NANOG de uno de los presentadores.

On Thu, 28 Aug 2008 10:16:16 -0500 "Anton Kapela" <tkapela en gmail.com> wrote:
 > I thought I'd toss in a few comments, considering it's my fault that
 > few people are understanding this thing yet.
 > I'd like to 'clear the air' here. Clearly, I failed at Defcon, WIRED,
 > AFP, and Forbes.
 > We all know sub-prefix hijacking is not news. What is news? Using
 > as-path loop detection to selectively blackhole the hijacked route -
 > which creates a transport path _back to_ the target.
 > That's all it is, nothing more. All but the WIRED follow-up article
 > missed this point *completely.* They over-represented the 'hijacking'
 > aspects, while only making mention of the 'interception' potential.
 > Lets end this thread with the point I had intended two weeks ago:
 > we've presented a method by which all the theory spewed by academics
 > can be actualized in a real network (the big-I internet) to effect
 > interception of data between (nearly) arbitrary endpoints from
 > (nearly) any edge or stub AS. That, I think, is interesting.


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