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The Internet’s routing security needs an urgent fix, but it’ll require collaboration

A volunteer participation program for ISPs to prevent route hijacks and IP spoofing is gaining some traction

The Internet is fragile. Many of its protocols were designed at a time when the goal was rapid network expansion based on trust among operators. Today, the Internet’s open nature is what makes it so great for business, education and communication, but the absence of security mechanisms at its core is something that criminals are eager to exploit.  Read More