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[liberationtech] The Good, Bad, & Ugly of Internet * 4:15PM, Wed February 11, 2015 in Gates B03 at Stanford
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Fri Feb 6 16:44:42 PST 2015
From: Dennis Allison <allison at stanford.edu> <allison at stanford.edu>
Stanford EE Computer Systems Colloquium
4:15PM, Wednesday, February 11, 2015
NEC Auditorium, Gates Computer Science Building Room B3
Border Gateway Protocol: the Good, Bad, and Ugly of Internet Routing
*About the talk: *
Internet routing relies on good faith and trust among network operators to
maintain a clean, correct global routing table. If network operators inject
false routes, and persuade their peers and transit providers to propagate
them, the results can range from simple denial of service to subtle traffic
redirection. This talk will provide a technical overview of the weaknesses
of the Border Gateway Protocol, review some examples of BGP route hijacking
and misconfiguration in the wild, and suggest appropriate detection and
response strategies for the network operations and research community to
There is no downloadable version of the slides for this talk available at
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14, 4:15-5:30. Requires Microsoft Windows Media player.
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*About the speaker: *
[image: [speaker photo]] Jim Cowie has been Chief Scientist at Dyn since
the May 2014 acquisition of Renesys, where he was founder and CTO. Jim has
more than 20 years' entrepreneurial and software development experience in
high performance computing, network modeling and simulation, and Internet
measurement. His recent work focuses on the structure, dynamics,
performance, and economics of the Internet.
*Contact information: *
Chief Scientist, Dyn
Twitter: @jimcowie, @dynresearch
*ABOUT THE COLLOQUIUM:*
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speakers, FAQ, and additional information. Stanford and SCPD students can
enroll in EE380 for one unit of credit. Anyone is welcome to attend; talks
are webcast live and archived for on-demand viewing over the web.
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