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A proposal for a new RPKI validator: OpenBSD rpki-client(1)

Contributed by rueda on from the let's-encrypt-the-bgpd dept.

Job Snijders (job@) has written an article at Medium proposing rpki-client(1), a new, BSD-licensed RPKI validator.

[ TL;DR—$1000 out of $20,000 USD has been pledged! ]

As always, readers are encouraged to contribute!

Update: As noted in the first comment here, the article has been updated (already!) with good news -

[ TL;DR—DONE! We reached the $20,000 fundraiser goal! Thank you NetNod, IIS.SE, SUNET & 6connect for supporting this effort! ]

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  1. By Nayden Markatchev (nayden) nayden@openbsd.org on http://www.openbsd.org

    Looks like the goal has been reached ;)
    https://medium.com/@jobsnijders/a-proposal-for-a-new-rpki-validator-openbsd-rpki-client-1-15b74e7a3f65

  2. By Janne Johansson (jj) jj@stacken.kth.se on http://www.inet6.se

    Seems like Swedes like this, 3 out of 4 orgs are from here.

    bork bork bork!

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