Detecting bogus BGP route information: Going beyond prefix hijacking

Abstract

Border Gateway Protocol (BGP) is the de facto inter-domain routing protocol of the Internet. However, the BGP system has been built based on the implicit trust among individual administrative domains and no countermeasure prevents bogus routes from being injected and propagated through the system. Attackers might exploit bogus routes to gain control of… (More)
DOI: 10.1109/SECCOM.2007.4550358

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@article{Qiu2007DetectingBB, title={Detecting bogus BGP route information: Going beyond prefix hijacking}, author={Jian Qiu and Lixin Gao and Supranamaya Ranjan and Antonio Nucci}, journal={2007 Third International Conference on Security and Privacy in Communications Networks and the Workshops - SecureComm 2007}, year={2007}, pages={381-390} }