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The choice of the IPv6 address format impacts a host's security and privacy. This article discusses this impact, highlights how current address formats deal ...
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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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It has been a very busy period in the domain of computer security. With "shellshock", "heartbleed" and NTP monlink adding to the background of open DNS ...
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At the recent FOSDEM 2019 meeting, there were three presentations about DNS over HTTPS. In the following post, I will attempt to give a neutral description of ...
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The DNS is at the core of most interactions on the Internet. Therefore it is essential to ensure proper authentication and encryption of DNS data. There are ...
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Going online on unknown Internet hotspots - whether at a restaurant, an airport or in a restaurant - isn't actually very safe or secure for users. This is due ...
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Quad9 is a public DNS resolver, with promises of better privacy, and a DNS-over-TLS access.
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At RIPE 77, I talked about what’s been going on with DNS over the past five years from the perspective of end devices. Now in article form, here's what I had ...