Pretty Good BGP : Protecting BGP by Cautiously Selecting Routes

@inproceedings{Karlin2005PrettyGB,
  title={Pretty Good BGP : Protecting BGP by Cautiously Selecting Routes},
  author={Josh Karlin},
  year={2005}
}
The Border Gateway Protocol (BGP), the Internet’s interdomain routing protocol, is vulnerable to a number of damaging attacks. Proposed solutions either (i) rely on a public-key infrastructure and accurate routing registries or (ii) detect attacks only after they have spread throughout the network. However, BGP routers could avoid selecting and propagating malicious routes if they were cautious about adopting new reachability information. We describe an enhancement to BGP, Pretty Good BGP… CONTINUE READING
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