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RIPE Atlas has two new types of customised measurements: DNS and SSL certificates, and a new interface for user-defined measurements (UDM).
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After the DNS root zone was finally signed and a number of TLDs began signing their zones, we were curious to see how many clients actually request DNSSEC ...
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The RIPE NCC is operating K-root, one of the 13 DNS root servers. In this article we shed some light on the operational policies of K-root to clarify possible ...
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From 21:15 (UTC) on 25 June 2016 until 28 June 2016, there was a problem propagating Domain object modifications from the RIPE Database to our DNS servers. ...
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We did some measurements on the round-trip (RT) values of DNS queries for SOA (Start of Authority) records from our RIPE Atlas probes, over both UDP and TCP. ...
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This article presents a software-based prototype able to estimate the most queried domain names in a stream of DNS traffic at 12Mpps (wire-rate 10GbE). The ...
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The Elliptic Curve Cryptography (ECC) is becoming increasingly popular in DNSSEC. While it is sometimes considered to be a remedy for the low DNSSEC adoption ...
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A DNS anycast name server has several physical instances, all behind the same IP address. Which one is used by a RIPE Atlas probe depends on the location of ...
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DNSSEC (short for DNS Security Extensions) adds security to the Domain Name System.
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DNSSEC was designed to protect Internet resolvers (clients) from forged DNS data, such as that created by DNS cache poisoning. All answers in DNSSEC are ...
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