Paul Ebersman

Paul Ebersman

Senior Advisor at Layer 9 Technologies
Joined on April 8, 2024
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Paul Ebersman has been building and operating large Internet infrastructure since it was the ARPANET. Some of those builds include the first two generations of UUNET’s ALTER.NET backbone, the dialup infrastructure for MSN, and the DNS for Comcast (second largest at the time).

Paul is a Senior Advisor at Layer 9 Technologies LLC and has been actively involved in IETF and ISO standards development, operational groups like NANOG, RIPE, DNS-OARC, and others, and on the boards of the Internet Society and DNS-OARC. Paul has given many talks and tutorials on various protocols, such as IPv6, DNS, DNSSEC, DANE, and BGP.

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The xz liblzma Vulnerability

On 29 March 2024, an announcement was posted notifying the world that the Open-Source Software (OSS) package "xz-utils," which includes the xz data compression program and a library of software routines called "liblzma" and which is present in most Linux distributions, had been compromised. The insertion of the compromised code was done by "Jia Tan", the official maintainer of the xz-utils package. more

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