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A Tale of Two Internet (In)Security Problems

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Despite Herculean efforts, the Internet’s communications infrastructure remains alarmingly vulnerable to attacks. In this talk, I will exemplify the Internet’s security holes through two prominent examples: Internet routing and time synchronization. I will discuss what I view as the main obstacles to progress on securing the Internet and how I believe that these can be overcome.

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This talk is part of the Computer Laboratory Security Seminar series.

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