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IEEE International Conference on Performance, Computing, and Communications, 2004
Previous studies show that current inter-domain routing protocol, Border Gateway Protocol (BGP), is vulnerable to various attacks. Previously, the major concern about BGP security is that malicious BGP routers can arbitrarily falsify BGP routing messages and spread out incorrect routing information. However, one type of attack, which we term as the selective dropping attack, has been largely neglected in literatures. A selective dropping attack occurs when a malicious router intentionally dropsdoi:10.1109/pccc.2004.1301150 fatcat:lctrsyvhgffnrfo2ur6yxrx4xy