[sidr] RPSTIR v0.1 (BBN validator)

Andrew Chi <achi@bbn.com> Sat, 17 December 2011 04:44 UTC

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We've released the BBN validator code on Sourceforge under the BSD 
3-clause license.  The current v0.1 reflects the stable version used for 
testing in Taipei.  An update will arrive next week with the work we've 
been doing recently: RTR-server and syntax conformance diagnostics.

Relying Party Security Technology for Internet Routing
(RPSTIR, pronounced rip-ster)


We finally named it :)  Please feel free to email me if you have any 
questions, or if you prefer a pre-installed vm.