From its inception the Internet Inter-Domain Routing protocols, most notably BGP, have been vulnerable. These vulnerabilities are regularly abused for different illegitimate goals including phishing, spam, eavesdropping, and Denial of Service (DoS).
The ROV Forecast service provides estimates for the impact of deploying different variants of RPKI Route Origin Validation (ROV) by different autonomous systems (ASes). This includes variants designed to avoid incorrect blocking of legitimate BGP announcements (false positives) by using heuristics, most notably, allowing BGP announcements which have been announced for a sufficiently long period.
This project is supported by funds from the Comcast Center of Excellence for Security Innovation (CSI). and NSF CICI grant #1840041.