Three of the best: Geoff Huston

By on 8 Jan 2019

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Part of the ‘Three of the best’ series, highlighting the most popular posts from the past 12 months.

APNIC’s Chief Scientist, Geoff Huston, has made a career out of researching how the Internet works, and how it could work better. Geoff was again in fine form in 2018 with insightful posts on DNS, IPv6, routing and time.

Below are Geoff’s three most viewed posts in 2018:

  1. Just one QUIC bit — Follow the extensive discussions focused on a single bit associated with Google’s QUIC protocol at IETF 101 in London.
  2. DNSSEC ‘and’ DNS over TLS — Geoff offers his response to the potential of DNS over TLS leading to the sunsetting of DNSSEC.
  3. Is the Internet running late? — Not all computer clocks are in sync and that can be cause for concern, especially when it comes to security.

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