> Maybe Vadim is right, that this shouldn't be discussed in a public forum. If
> this group agrees with that, fine. But I think that open discussion is
> advantageous. If current BGP-4 has security issues, then anyone with enough
> time and technical skill can learn and exploit them. It would seem to be up
> to all of us to understand a new possible attack method, and learn how to
> block it.
Given that it's not a protocol issue, but rather an operational issue
(which are much more difficult to deal with) I would urge anyone wishing
to continue this thread to do so only with the greatest discretion.