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You might not have noticed, but there are chances that your ISP is playing nasty tricks with your DNS traffic.
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Following my recent research on DNS hijacking and the cases I have personally observed, I wondered whether this is a common practice among the operators. With ...
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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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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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DNS-over-HTTPs (DoH) has come a long way, but there's still plenty of work to be done. Here's an update from Andrew Campling on developments in DoH.
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Earlier this year, ICANN and VeriSign announced plans to sign the DNS root zone, using DNSSEC. DNSSEC is a set of extensions to the DNS protocol which allow ...
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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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Source Address Validation (SAV) is the best current practice (BCP 38/RFC 2827) aimed at filtering packets based on source IP addresses at the network edge. In ...
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More and more governments, authorities and courts are requesting censorship of Internet content. It is often done via a lying DNS resolver. Can we use RIPE ...
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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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