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The current perspective on cyber security is still dominated by the technical nature of many security issues. Within the technical community there is consensus ...
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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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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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Here are the first results of our DNS transfer size measurements. We are interested to determine any possible problems for users of K-root once it starts ...
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In this article we take a look at DNS priming queries arriving during the deployment of a DNSSEC signed zone at the DNS root servers. We are specifically ...
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The DNS is at the core of most interactions on the Internet. Therefore it is essential to ensure proper authentication and encryption of DNS data. There are ...
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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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Kim Davies, President of PTI and Vice President of IANA Services for ICANN describes recent and new challenges when managing the DNS trust anchor.
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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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