[dns-wg] NTIA NoI: does anyone care?
David Conrad drc at virtualized.org
Wed Oct 15 21:53:39 CEST 2008
Bill, On Oct 15, 2008, at 9:09 AM, bmanning at vacation.karoshi.com wrote: > thats ok, i said it was local. > if you are not familiar with the roll of company/security auditors > or the use of notory publics, then perhaps knowledge in that area > would be helpful in understanding my concerns. If you are not familiar with the way root zone changes are introduced, then perhaps knowledge in that area would be helpful in understanding how your concerns are misplaced. NTIA provides the roll of auditor. That would not be changing, regardless of who signs the root. DNSSEC-signing the root is a purely technical action that allows one to ensure the content of the root zone has not been modified from the point it was signed to the point where it is viewed. It does nothing more. It grants no additional levers of power or control. If you feel otherwise, please provide explicit details. Getting the root signed has been derailed by exactly this sort of baseless, non-technical politicization. It's way past time to move forward. Regards, -drc
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