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Internet kill switches are possible in today's Internet, but to date have been locally-scoped and self-inflicted. As more networks move towards centralized key architectures such as DNSSEC and BGPsec, adversarial kill switches become more powerful. We analyze the feasibility of and mechanisms for executing kill switches on remote DNSSEC-or BGPsec-enabled networks, finding that kill switches must be considered in the design of next generation Internet protocols. We also describe recoverydoi:10.1145/3065913.3065922 dblp:conf/eurosec/RothenbergerABP17 fatcat:rfdny65gifc43mmb7jw5opbrfy