On August 17, 2022, an attacker was able to steal $235,000 in cryptocurrency by employing a BGP hijack against Celer Bridge, a cryptocurrency service. While this incident is the latest such attack, there are lessons beyond the world of cryptocurrency for any organization that conducts business on the internet.
There is a critical difference between having more data and more answers. Read our recap of Networking Field Day 29 and learn how network observability provides the insight necessary to support your app over the network.
Learn eight ways that network monitoring can be critical for DDoS detection and mitigation.
Cloud architectures and their managed infrastructures keep personnel and networking costs down while promoting high-velocity software development, but there are hidden costs. Read the first post in our series on managing the hidden costs of cloud networking.
Our analysis from earlier this year estimated that the majority of internet traffic now goes to routes covered by ROAs and is thus eligible for the protection that RPKI ROV offers. This analysis takes the next step in understanding RPKI ROV deployment by measuring the rejection of invalid routes.
Doug Madory shared global internet market insights from recent months, and we were joined by Unitas Global for a discussion of their push for greater customer transparency using Kentik Synthetics.
At Networking Field Day: Service Provider 2, Steve Meuse showed how Kentik’s OTT analysis tool can help a service provider better understand the services running on their network. Doug Madory introduced Kentik Market Intelligence, a SaaS-based business intelligence tool, and Nina Bargisen discussed optimizing peering relationships.
Since the beginning of June 2022, internet connectivity in the Russian-held Ukrainian city of Kherson has been rerouted through Crimea, the peninsula in southern Ukraine that has been occupied by Russia since March 2014. As I explain in this blog post, the rerouting of internet service in Kherson appears to parallel what took place following the Russian annexation of Crimea.
On July 8, 2022, Canadian telecommunications giant Rogers Communications suffered a catastrophic outage taking down nearly all services for its 11 million customers in the largest internet outage in Canadian history. We dig into the outage and debunk the notion that it was caused by the withdrawal of BGP routes.