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RPKI safer than BGP?

cret
Just Moved In

Can anyone add some insight to the security concerns raised by this website, please?

 

https://isbgpsafeyet.com/

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FuzzyLogic
Community Power User
Community Power User

There is additional info here:

 

https://isbgpsafeyet.com/#faq

 

Which also references:

 

https://blog.cloudflare.com/rpki/

 

BGP routing isn’t secure. Its main hope, RPKI, uses a certificate system that’s akin to secure web browsing (or at-least its early days). While secure web browsing has moved on and is far more secure and is somewhat the default these days, the state of BGP route validation has not moved forward. To secure BGP routing, all networks would need to be embrace RPKI (and more).

 

 

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xray
Guardian

This is a forum for TELUS consumer and business customers to help each other with TELUS products and services. This is not the best audience to generate a discussion on Internet network protocol secuirty issues.

Nighthawk
Community Power User
Community Power User

This was already submitted as an idea several weeks ago.


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FuzzyLogic
Community Power User
Community Power User

There is additional info here:

 

https://isbgpsafeyet.com/#faq

 

Which also references:

 

https://blog.cloudflare.com/rpki/

 

BGP routing isn’t secure. Its main hope, RPKI, uses a certificate system that’s akin to secure web browsing (or at-least its early days). While secure web browsing has moved on and is far more secure and is somewhat the default these days, the state of BGP route validation has not moved forward. To secure BGP routing, all networks would need to be embrace RPKI (and more).

 

 

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