Recently, we launched a new e-learning course on IPv6 security in the RIPE NCC Academy. This course helps you learn about the theoretical concepts behind IPv6 security, and you will also have a chance to practice some attacks and protection against them on your own computer. In this post, I will de…
Expanding the RIPE NCC Authoritative DNS Service means cooperating with the community to find organisations out there willing to host AuthDNS instances on their networks. In this article, find out exactly what's required from hosts and how to apply.
Organisations responsible for critical infrastructure often also take care of their own cybersecurity. Now though, with the European Commission having proposed a new directive to enhance the resilience of critical entities, such organisations need to start preparing for change.
The root name servers are a critical part of the Internet’s infrastructure. Identified by letters A through M, they provide the entry points to the Domain Name System (DNS). Since 2000, Netnod has operated i.root-servers.net, the first root server to be located outside of the United States.
On 1 July, we stopped maintenance of the RIPE NCC RPKI Validator, roughly a decade after launching it. For many years, we provided the community with a public RPKI Validator on https://rpki-validator.ripe.net/ that used the RIPE NCC RPKI Validator. Now it’s time to migrate this service to Routinato…
Outgrowing your IPv4 allocation is one of many very good reasons to get on with deploying IPv6. Here's a use case on the latest steps the RIPE NCC has been taking in the piecemeal process of deploying IPv6 across its services.