There’s a growing body of research trying to understand how IPv6 is functioning in the Internet.
APNIC Labs has developed a new way to measure the adoption of ROV and its impact on end users.
The way DNS resolution is used in today’s network is changing, and it has wider implications.
Although the adoption of IPv6 and DNSSEC has been protracted, it hasn’t stopped the Internet evolving.
What technologies will play a prominent role in the Internet over the next decade?
Why do RIRs use a trust anchor set of RIR-based 0/0 self-signed certificates?
Geoff Huston shares some PKI config issues experienced when migrating labs.apnic.net to a new platform.
Opinion: Why has our public key certificate system failed the Internet so badly?
Learn how browser are being made aware of revoked certificates and the the challenges associated with this security measure.
Over the past year, DNSSEC validation has rallied. Geoff Huston looks at what is behind the rise.