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IP anycast has been widely used to replicate services in multiple locations as a way to deliver better performance and resilience. It has been largely employed ...
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This dataset consists of a daily snapshot of the reverse zones (in-addr.arpa and ip6.arpa) as published by the RIRs on their public FTP servers in the ...
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The IPv6 protocol introduced very few changes to its IPv4 predecessor. The major change was of course the expansion of the size of the IP source and ...
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Reporting from the hackathon is difficult: the spirit of the event lies in direct participation and shared experiences. In this article, we celebrate the ...
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At the recent ARIN XXX meeting in October 2012 I listened to a debate on a policy proposal concerning the reservation of a pool of IPv4 addresses to address ...
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Some weeks ago, we installed a reply-size tester application at the global instances of K-root. We want to make this test available to more people, in an ...
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As many in the tech community will know, the DNS is a core part of the Internet’s infrastructure. It provides the vital function of mapping human-readable ...
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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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This article describes a newly discovered DNS protocol vulnerability that affects most recursive DNS resolvers. NXNSAttack allows the execution of random ...
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The roll-out of a signed root-zone at K-root on 24 March 2010 was uneventful. But we saw the number of resolvers doing priming queries increase slightly since ...
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