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The internet is surprisingly fragile, crashes thousands of times a year, and no one is making it stronger

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 The article discusses why the global Internet infrastructure is inherently vulnerable to routing misconfigurations and attacks, and why it is so hard to add the necessary security mechanisms to the legacy protocols over which the Internet backbone operates.

Period17/07/2019

 The article discusses why the global Internet infrastructure is inherently vulnerable to routing misconfigurations and attacks, and why it is so hard to add the necessary security mechanisms to the legacy protocols over which the Internet backbone operates.

References

TitleThe internet is surprisingly fragile, crashes thousands of times a year, and no one is making it stronger
Degree of recognitionInternational
Media name/outletThe Conversation
Media typeWeb
CountryUnited Kingdom
Date17/07/19
PersonsVasileios Giotsas