Repeated attacks hijack huge chunks of Internet traffic.

From: Ars Technica

Man-in-the-middle attacks divert data on scale never before seen in the wild.

The hacks, which exploit implicit trust placed in the border gateway protocol used to exchange data between large service providers, affected “major financial institutions, governments, and network service providers” in the US, South Korea, Germany, the Czech Republic, Lithuania, Libya, and Iran.


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