Authors: Archili Shengelia
Affiliation: Sokhumi State University


Keywords: Global routing, Routing Protocols vulnerabilities and threats
ABSTRACT. It is difficult to imagine today's modern world without the Internet. The Internet has become very popular in the last 30 years and has changed many aspects of our daily existence. Our world has become highly dependent on Internet technologies and systems, and many essential services that billions of people use every day would simply not be available without Internet communications and networks. On the other hand, the almost continuous connection of billions of devices in Internet communications has led to an unhealthy interest of various types of cybercriminals in global computer networks, and for many organizations, the threat of hijacking, theft or destruction of their data and various values has potentially increased.


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