[talk] NYU Paul Vixie meeting Tonight!
george at ceetonetechnology.com
Tue Mar 3 14:46:16 EST 2020
The meeting is still on. For those not local, the meeting will be
Security will have the RSVP list, but just mention the meeting and you
should get in regardless. Email admin at lists.nycbug.org if you have
Operating Systems as Dumb Pipes, Dr. Paul Vixie
2020-03-03 @ 18:45 - NYU Tandon Engineering Building (new), 370 Jay St,
Room 1013, 10th Floor, Brooklyn (directly across Jay St from National
Grid office). Closest subway exits in order are: Jay St - MetroTech
Station (A, C, R, & F Trains) Borough Hall (4 & 5 Trains)
Notice: You should RSVP for this meeting at rsvp AT lists.nycbug.org.
You should receive an autoresponse email. Your email address is
sufficient verification for entry.
This meeting is cosponsored with NYU's Center for Cybersecurity.
Apps and servers, especially on the Web, have an agenda which does not
include or welcome any interference by any on-path actors such as ISPs,
national security or regulation, or third parties from the supply chain
or from the Internet core. The way the ideal role of on-path actors is
often described by end users or application developers or online service
providers is to say, "I just want you to be a dumb pipe". As of 2019,
operating system developers and network and edge system administrators
are also described this way.
DNS over HTTPS (DoH) and HTTP over QUIC(HTTP/3) now bypass the operating
system's implementation and configuration of DNS, and bypasses the
kernel's implementation of TCP.
At the March 2020 NYC*Bug meeting, Dr. Paul Vixie, CEO of Farsight
Security, will tell the story of how we got here, and what this trend
means for endpoint and network security. FreeBSD and "ipfw" will be used
Dr. Paul Vixie is Chairman, CEO and Cofounder of Farsight Security. Dr.
Vixie is an internet pioneer. Currently, he is the Chairman, CEO and
cofounder of award-winning Farsight Security, Inc. Dr. Vixie was
inducted into the internet Hall of Fame in 2014 for work related to DNS
and anti-spam technologies. He is the author of open source internet
software including BIND 8, and of many internet standards documents
concerning DNS and DNSSEC. In addition, he founded the first anti-spam
company (MAPS, 1996), the first non-profit internet infrastructure
company (ISC, 1994), and the first neutral and commercial internet
exchange (PAIX, 1991). In 2018, he cofounded SIE Europe UG, a European
data sharing collective to fight cybercrime. Dr. Vixie earned his Ph.D.
from Keio University for work related to DNS and DNSSEC in 2010.
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