BGP IP prefix hijacking

Bob Evans bob at
Mon Jan 30 18:21:41 UTC 2017

OOPs the Spam thing is just our firewall indicator to possibility - meet a
threshold level - i forgot to remove it when replying. Didnt mean to call
your email spam.
Thank You
Bob Evans

> The more tools the better the net can become.
> I find that is pretty good. I have not yet found anything else
> as good.
> You put in your prefixes and they email notify you of bgp changes they see
> with the AS hop string announcing. Helpful not just for hijacks - but to
> know that peers of peers are receiving your prefixes with your ASN.
> Thank You
> Bob Evans
>> Hi All,
>> I am planning to write a tool to detect real time BGP IP prefix
>> hijacking.
>> I am glad to know some of the open problems faced by
>> providers/companies/community.
>> I would like to know how the community is currently dealing and
>> mitigating
>> with such problems.
>> It will be very helpful to know some of the adopted strategies by the
>> community to detect bgp IP prefix hijacking and problems that are yet to
>> be
>> solved.
>> Also I would like to know some of the very well industry standard open
>> source tools used in the area of BGP which makes life easier.
>> Regards,
>> Nagarjun

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