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Last week there were several problems with the RIPE NCC's reverse DNS (rDNS) service. This article is a first report about the events. It is not intended to ...
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The DNS is normally a relatively open protocol that smears its data (which is your data and mine too!) far and wide. Little wonder that the DNS is used in many ...
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On Wednesday 13 June 2012, an unknown error caused the removal of several zone files from the configuration of our reverse DNS provisioning system. Following ...
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I was at FOSDEM 2016 last weekend, and wrote up a few of my observations around DNS there. Enjoy!
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On Thursday 16 March 2017, at around 20:00 UTC, a bug in a script caused an outage for some reverse DNS delegations registered in the RIPE Database. The ...
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The recent attacks on the DNS infrastructure operated by Dyn have generated a lot of comment in recent days. Indeed, it’s not often that the DNS itself has ...
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On 20 and 21 April 2017, the RIPE NCC organised a DNS Measurements Hackathon in Amsterdam. I thought I would be the only one curious about reverse DNS ...
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The process of rolling the DNS Root’s Key Signing Key of the DNS has now started. During this process, there will be a period where the root zone servers’ ...
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In this article we are looking at possible ways to prevent denial of service attacks. One solution could be to use TCP instead of UDP for large DNS responses. ...
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APNIC and the RIPE NCC are about to conduct some joint research on the DNS root server system. Here's a quick heads up on our plans.
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