Evaluating the security of a network architecture, including its routing protocols and supporting infrastructure, is an ambitious undertaking. Indeed, the security guarantees afforded by the architecture, as well as the security of the architecture itself, depend on a number of factors. For example, should we assume correct implementation and configuration of the protocol at all deploying nodes? Do we consider an adversary that can eavesdrop on a large portion of network links? Can malware on end hosts send arbitrary traffic?
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