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RE: YouTube IP Hijacking

  • From: Barry Greene (bgreene)
  • Date: Mon Feb 25 10:05:53 2008
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> -----Original Message-----
> From: [email protected] [mailto:[email protected]] On 
> Behalf Of Steven M. Bellovin
> How about state-of-the-art routing security?
> Seriously -- a number of us have been warning that this could happen.
> More precisely, we've been warning that this could happen 
> *again*; we all know about many older incidents, from the 
> barely noticed to the very noisy.  (AS 7007, anyone?)  
> Something like S-BGP will stop this cold.
> Yes, I know there are serious deployment and operational 
> issues.  The question is this: when is the pain from routing 
> incidents great enough that we're forced to act?  It would 
> have been nice to have done something before this, since now 
> all the world's script kiddies have seen what can be done.

BCPs stops this problem. soBGP may make it easier.