Interception in distance-vector routing networks

@article{Burstein2017InterceptionID,
  title={Interception in distance-vector routing networks},
  author={David Burstein and Franklin Kenter and Jeremy Kun and Feng Shi},
  journal={J. Complex Networks},
  year={2017},
  volume={5},
  pages={179-198}
}
  • David Burstein, Franklin Kenter, +1 author Feng Shi
  • Published 2017
  • Computer Science, Mathematics
  • J. Complex Networks
  • Despite the large effort devoted to cybersecurity research over the last decades, cyber intrusions and attacks are still increasing. With respect to routing networks, route hijacking has highlighted the need to reexamine the existing protocols that govern traffic routing. In particular, our pri- mary question is how the topology of a network affects the susceptibility of a routing protocol to endogenous route misdirection. In this paper we define and analyze an abstract model of traffic… CONTINUE READING
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