This Week in Net: Deep dive, Internet disruptions & Data Privacy Day
Welcome to our weekly review of stories from our blog and elsewhere, from products, tools and announcements to disruptions on the Internet.
João Tomé is joined by our CTO, John Graham-Cumming. In this week's program, we talk about our a deep dive related to network debugging (A debugging story: corrupt packets in AF_XDP; a kernel bug or user error?), we go over the three new winners of Project Jengo (and defeats for the patent troll), and also Internet disruptions overview for Q4 2022, and Cloudflare’s January 24 incident. We end with a reading suggestion: our three blog posts related to the Data Privacy Day (Jan 28) including the one about Cloudflare’s Data Localization Suite is able to do.
Referenced blog posts:
- A debugging story: corrupt packets in AF_XDP; a kernel bug or user error?
- Three new winners of Project Jengo, and more defeats for the patent troll
- Internet disruptions overview for Q4 2022
- Cloudflare incident on January 24, 2023
- Investing in security to protect data privacy -Navigating the changing data localization landscape with Cloudflare’s Data Localization Suite
- Cyberattacks on Holocaust educational websites increased in 2022
- Inside Geo Key Manager v2: re-imagining access control for distributed systems
- Towards a global framework for cross-border data flows and privacy protection
Presented by: João Tomé, John Graham-Cumming