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dnssec-key-maintenance-procedure Policy Document
This draft document describes RIPE NCC policy key distribution and maintenance during the deployment of DNSSEC in its service region.
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Page - On RIPE Labs
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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Page - On RIPE Labs
Yes, that's a cryptic topic, even for an article that addresses matters of the use of cryptographic algorithms, so congratulations for getting even this far! ...
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Page - On RIPE Labs
The RIPE NCC has been signing its zones since 2005. Other operators waited for the root to be signed. And signing the root zone in June 2010 clearly encouraged ...
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Page - On RIPE Labs
This is a followup article to "Counting DNSSEC" that reflects some further examination of the collected data. This time I'd like to describe some additional ...
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dnssec-policy-in-the-ripe-ncc-service-region Policy Document
This document describes RIPE NCC policy for serving secured DNS data and key exchange. It does not cover deployment of DNSSEC by Local Internet Registries ...
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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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Following discussions at RIPE 54 in Tallinn, the DNS Working Group agreed to form a Task Force to discuss issues around finding a global DNSSEC trust anchor.
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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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Please read this guest post by Matt Larson, Vice President of Research in the Office of the CTO at ICANN: In July 2010, the Domain Name System root zone was ...
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