Chaos Computer Club - 31C3: a new dawn (webm)

A wide variety of video material distributed by the Chaos Computer Club. This feed contains all events from 31c3 as webm

https://media.ccc.de/c/31c3

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Datengarten 104 (datengarten)


card10: Das Chaos Communication Camp 2019 Badge - Von Idee bis Zukunft


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 2019-11-12  1h31m
 
 

Datengarten 104 (datengarten)


card10: Das Chaos Communication Camp 2019 Badge - Von Idee bis Zukunft


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 2019-11-12  1h31m
 
 

Datengarten 104 (datengarten)


card10: Das Chaos Communication Camp 2019 Badge - Von Idee bis Zukunft


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 2019-11-12  1h31m
 
 

Datengarten 104 (datengarten)


card10: Das Chaos Communication Camp 2019 Badge - Von Idee bis Zukunft


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 2019-11-12  1h31m
 
 

DENOG11 closing (denog11)


Conference wrap up Conference wrap up about this event: https://pretalx.denog.de/denog11/talk/39NC9W/


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 2019-11-12  10m
 
 

A Wider Shade of DoH (denog11)


We will look into the topic of encrypted DNS, the mesh of interests, concentration on the Internet, dramatic power shifts and long term architectural and policy consequences. DoH (DNS over https) had been a joke amongst engineers - cynically admitting that "everything" is going to be "tunneled thru" http anyway - long before standardization efforts were launched in the Internet Engineering Task Force (IETF)...


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 2019-11-12  35m
 
 

Scaling to support thousands of BGP peerings in a SaaS environment (denog11)


When analyzing peering traffic and identifying DDoS attacks, BGP provides valuable additional insight to supplement Flow information. In this talk we'll go over the different challenges, actions and learnings from the past four years to enable the support of thousands of peerings in a multi-tenant SaaS platform. Kentik utilizes multiple auxiliary sources, such as SNMP, DNS, RADIUS or Streaming Telemetry, to enrich the ingested flow. The most prominent of these sources though, is BGP...


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 2019-11-12  22m
 
 

Why should my network/facility/ixp be listed at PeeringDB? (denog11)


PeeringDB Update: A look into PeeringDB's data for AT/CH/DE/LU and the latest changes Why should my network/facility/ixp be listed at PeeringDB? * What is PeeringDB * Why should my facility, IXP or network be listed in PeeringDB? * A look into PeeringDBs data: * Stats for Austria, Germany and Switzerland * Peering in Hamburg: Networks, Co-Locations, Internet-Exchanges - where to go in Hamburg? * Whats new * How can I support PeeringDB about this event: https://pretalx.denog...


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 2019-11-12  12m
 
 

A short story of a broken strict uRPF implementation (denog11)


At KIT we bought multilayer switches which use NDP and ARP cache information for strict uRPF. This talk shows you how this implementation breaks things. I will start with a short summary how strict uRPF according to RFC3704 works and how it can be used to prevent customers from spoofing source addresses. Afterwards I'll show a implementation of strict uRPF, which only forwards packets of hosts if the IP address is already learned by NDP or ARP...


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 2019-11-12  9m
 
 

400G and beyond (denog11)


400G brings several improvements also towards existing 100G. This lightning talk shall give a slight insight over the the ratified 100G optical standards coming with 400G. 400G brings several improvements also towards existing 100G. This lightning talk shall give a slight insight over the the ratified 100G optical standards coming with 400G. about this event: https://pretalx.denog.de/denog11/talk/X8SYPC/


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 2019-11-12  9m