Geoff Huston discusses technical presentations from RIPE 83.
Guest Post: Researchers show how SAD DNS attacks allow an off-path attacker to inject malicious DNS records into a DNS cache.
Guest Post: Encryption and cloud adoption are creating hurdles for network performance monitoring vendors. To survive, solutions must evolve or die.
Guest Post: Study shows ease-to-deploy and cost are important factors when it comes to using DNS security mechanisms.
Geoff Huston on currently active IETF routing security, IPv6, and transport discussions.
Presentations at DINR 2021 demonstrated a world of detail and complexity in current DNS research.
Guest Post: Study finds more than 40 STARTTLS-related security flaws in many different software products, both client-side and server-side.
Guest Post: Useful and fun features related to the OpenBSD packet filter.
Measuring whether we should use ECDSA.
Guest Post: Study shows adding a TLS-protected email or FTP server to a network can enable cookie-stealing or cross-site scripting attacks against web servers in the same network.