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It is possible to measure how well we are doing with DNSSEC? How many of the DNS resolvers will now perform DNSSEC validation of a domain name? How many of the ...
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Is the elliptical curve cryptographic algorithm (ECDSA) a viable crypto algorithm for use in DNSSEC today? And what has changed over the last two years?
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Yes, that's a cryptic topic, even for an article that addresses matters of the use of cryptographic algorithms, so congratulations for getting even this far! ...
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The RIPE NCC has been signing its zones since 2005. Other operators waited for the root to be signed. And signing the root zone in June 2010 clearly encouraged ...
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This is a followup article to "Counting DNSSEC" that reflects some further examination of the collected data. This time I'd like to describe some additional ...
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Rolling over the algorithm (usually to a stronger variant) used to sign a DNS zone isn't as easy as regular key roll-overs. This is because some DNSSEC ...
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Please read this guest post by Matt Larson, Vice President of Research in the Office of the CTO at ICANN: In July 2010, the Domain Name System root zone was ...
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The Domain Name Service Look-aside Validation Service (DLV) was an idea which was useful in the transition from a non-signed DNSSEC root to the current ...
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After the DNS root zone was finally signed and a number of TLDs began signing their zones, we were curious to see how many clients actually request DNSSEC ...
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A few weeks ago the RIPE NCC was alerted to a rapid increase in DNSKEY queries for its signed reverse DNS zones. We did some investigations. Read about the ...
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