Route Leaks & MITM Attacks Against BGPSEC
draft-foo-sidr-simple-leak-attack-bgpsec-no-help-02

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Authors Danny McPherson  , Shane Amante  , Eric Osterweil 
Last updated 2013-05-11 (latest revision 2012-11-07)
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Abstract

This document describes a very simple attack vector that illustrates how RPKI-enabled BGPSEC machinery as currently defined can be easily circumvented in order to launch a Man In The Middle (MITM) attack via BGP. It is meant to serve as input to the IETF's Secure Inter-Domain Routing working group during routing security requirements discussions and subsequent specification.

Authors

Danny McPherson (dmcpherson@verisign.com)
Shane Amante (shane@level3.net)
Eric Osterweil (eosterweil@verisign.com)

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