Prefix hijacking, how to prevent and fix currently

Mark Andrews marka at isc.org
Fri Aug 29 03:28:38 UTC 2014


	See "whois -r AS43239".

	The long term solution is to deploy RPKI and only use
	transits which use RPKI.  No RPKI support => no business.
	Additionally make RPKI a peering requirement.

	Mark

In message <CAAjbWEr_o+yQY1T72JMvJ_Nw2Eu2L7=TzZ0dc33mhodo5JB=yw at mail.gmail.com>
, Tarun Dua writes:
> AS Number 43239
> AS Name SPETSENERGO-AS SpetsEnergo Ltd.
> 
> Has started hijacking our IPv4 prefix, while this prefix was NOT in
> production, it worries us that it was this easy for someone to hijack
> it.
> 
> http://bgp.he.net/AS43239#_prefixes
> 
> 103.20.212.0/22 <- This belongs to us.
> 
> 103.238.232.0/22 KNS Techno Integrators Pvt. Ltd.
> 193.43.33.0/24 hydrocontrol S.C.R.L.
> 193.56.146.0/24 TRAPIL - Societe des Transports Petroliers par Pipeline
> 
> Where do we complain to get this fixed.
> 
> -Tarun
> AS132420
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