In August 2019, 3% of users passed their queries through resolvers that actively work to minimize the extent of leakage of superfluous information in DNS queries. What’s changed in 12 months?
Opinion: Why is it taking an average of two years for the IETF process to take an idea to a published RFC?
Geoff shares his thoughts from the recent DNS-OARC virtual meeting.
Opinion: It’s challenging to apply governance concepts to the vague and insubstantive digital environment, especially given its deregulation-born origins.
How is IPv6 being used as a transport protocol for DNS queries?
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?