> Fix To Chinese Internet Traffic Hijack Due In Jan.
Fix To Chinese Internet Traffic Hijack Due In Jan.
alphadogg writes “Policymakers disagree about whether the recent Chinese hijacking of Internet traffic was malicious or accidental, but there’s no question about the underlying cause of this incident: the lack of built-in security in the Internet’s main routing protocol. Network engineers have been talking about this weakness in the Internet infrastructure for a decade. Now a fix is finally on the way.”
Source: Fix To Chinese Internet Traffic Hijack Due In Jan.
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