In this episode of PING, APNIC’s Chief Scientist Geoff Huston discusses Domain Name Security Extensions (DNSSEC) and presents a case ‘for’ and ‘against’ deployment, in the context of complexity, fragility, and impact on the Domain Name System (DNS) process at large.
Read more about the issues in DNSSEC deployment on the APNIC Blog:
- To DNSSEC or not? (Geoff Huston)
- IP Fragmentation and the DNS – Mitigation (Carsten Strotmann)
- DNSSEC Validation – Performance Killer (Petr Špaček)
- [Podcast] DNS spoofing is a non-issue if we all do DNSSEC (Geoff Huston)
- Addressing the challenges of modern DNS (Moritz Müller)
See Geoff’s daily updated measurements of DNSSEC validation, collected worldwide from random advertisement placement.
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