As 2022 draws to a close, the APNIC Blog will feature a series called ‘Three of the best’, highlighting the most popular posts from the past 12 months.
The Internet technical community of the Asia Pacific (and further afield) continued to make an incredible contribution to the APNIC Blog in 2022, with more than 100 individual guest bloggers contributing 160 posts!
Below are three of the most popular guest posts in 2022:
- Open DNS resolvers, from bad to worse — Ramin Yazdani shared how 80% of DDoS attacks can be reduced by patching 20% of open DNS resolvers.
- When volcanoes go bang, submarine cables do … what? — Ulrich Speidel shared lessons learnt in the five weeks following the Hunga Tonga Hunga Ha’apai volcano tsunami.
- TCPLS: Modern Transport Services with TCP and TLS —Florentin Rochet described how TCPLS takes advantage of decades of performance optimizations made to TCP and has also a few other tricks up its sleeves.
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