DNS hack of Google, Facebook more sites in .bd

Anurag Bhatia
Yesterday Google’s Bangladeshi website was hacked and this happened via DNS. It was reported on the bdNOG mailing list at morning in a thread started by Mr Omar Ali. This clearly shows how authoritative DNS for “” (which is same as bd. btw) was poisoned and was reflecting attackers authoritative DNS. Later Mr Farhad Ahmed posted a screenshot of showing hackers page: Later Mr Sumon Ahmed mentioned that it happened because web frontend of .

Being Open How Facebook Got Its Edge

Anurag Bhatia
An excellent presentation by James Quinn from Facebook on “Being Open How Facebook Got Its Edge” at NANOG68. YouTube link here and video is embedded in the post below. There should have been a video here but your browser does not seem to support it. Some key points mentioned by James: BGP routing is inefficient as scale grows especially around distributing traffic. They can get a lot of traffic concentrated to a specific PoP apart from the fact that BGP best AS_PATH can simply be an inefficient low AS_PATH based path.