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Trouble Ahead: DNSSEC Implementation Challenges

wiredmikey (1824622) writes | more than 3 years ago

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wiredmikey (1824622) writes "There has been a lot of recent buzz surrounding implementation of Domain Name System Security extensions (i.e., DNSSEC). The latest example: verification and signing of DNSSEC for the .IN (India) and .ASIA top-level domains (TLDs), which are being pitched as major enhancements to global security for much of Asia.

Yet massive industry-wide confusion, continued lack of awareness for DNSSEC outside the DNS industry, a plethora of DNSSEC verification techniques and standards, and arguments over which to use, tell a different story. This also leads to some key takeaways for anyone looking at implementation today.

An interesting look at the history and reasons for the existence of DNSSEC and some of the key implementation roadblocks on DNSSEC deployment..."

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