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Re: YouTube IP Hijacking
- From: Owen DeLong
- Date: Sun Feb 24 23:26:28 2008
On Feb 24, 2008, at 2:14 PM, Tomas L. Byrnes wrote:
I figured as much, but it was worth a try.
Which touches on the earlier discussion of the null routing of /32s
advertised by a special AS (as a means of black-holing DDOS traffic).
It seems to me that a more immediately germane matter regarding BGP
route propagation is prevention of hijacking of critical routes.
Perhaps certain ASes that are considered "high priority", like Google,
YouTube, Yahoo, MS (at least their update servers), can be trusted to
propagate routes that are not aggregated/filtered, so as to give them
control over their reachability and immunity to longer-prefix
(especially problematic with things like MS update sites).
That's just inviting the injection of forged AS routes to commit
From: Simon Lockhart [mailto:[email protected]]
Sent: Sunday, February 24, 2008 2:07 PM
To: Tomas L. Byrnes
Cc: Michael Smith; [email protected]; [email protected];
Subject: Re: YouTube IP Hijacking
On Sun Feb 24, 2008 at 01:49:00PM -0800, Tomas L. Byrnes wrote:
Which means that, by advertising routes more specific than the ones
they are poisoning, it may well be possible to restore universal
connectivity to YouTube.
Well, if you can get them in there.... Youtube tried that, to
restore service to the rest of the world, and the
announcements didn't propogate.