IXP hijacking

In an IXP hijacking, the Network Operator establishes a “peering” connection between their ASN and a target ASN and announces hijacked ranges through the exchange.

Since IXPs often do not monitor their exchanges for network abuse, it often takes a long time to address problems, if at all.

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