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Last week we released a new version of Unbound with a fix for CVE-2017–15105. Unbound, Google public DNS, PowerDNS and Dnsmasq contained a flaw that made it ...
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There was a slight increase in the number of sources that issue priming queries to DNS root servers seen on 18 March 2010, right after the introduction of a ...
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In RIPE Atlas we see latencies to Google's 8.8.8.8 DNS resolver service drop in Turkey. We expect this is due to hijacking of the 8.8.8.8 service. Our ...
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World IPv6 Day is on 8 June 2011. On this day, a lot of organisations, including some of the most popular ones like Google, Yahoo and Facebook, are going to ...
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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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The RIPE NCC announced a new version of DNSMON, available for testing by the public, in March 2014. We are now planning the removal of the old DNSMON.
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We implemented a new concept user interface for DNSMON and conducted a survey of our existing subscribers, collecting their feedback and suggestions for future ...
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DNSSEC signing solutions and products have evolved greatly since we first began signing our zones. We are now exploring ways of doing it better and smarter.
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When we experienced an occasional operational issue with the data returned by one of our name servers, we wanted to verify DNS responses from a number of ...
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When the Internet started to become widely used in the 1990s, most traffic used just a few protocols: IPv4 routed packets, TCP turned those packets into ...
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