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BGP hijacking is a well known threat to the Internet
routing infrastructure. There has been considerable interest in
developing tools that detect prefix hijacking but such systems
usually identify a large number of events, many of them being due
to some benign BGP engineering practice or misconfiguration.
Ramachandran et al. [1] and later Hu et al. [2] also correlated
suspicious routing events with spam and claimed to have found
evidence of spammers temporarily stealing prefixes to send spam.

 

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