QNAME minimisation has been billed as an efficient means to protect your privacy in the DNS. But are you using it?
A decade ago, the best advice around was to use a down-adjusted TCP MSS value, such as 1300, 1380 or even 1400. What’s changed?
Opinion: Do we need to rethink the terms of privacy and consent to align with today’s data collection methods?
A changing Internet poses some tough questions for the IETF.
Are our security and privacy standards keeping pace with the progression and use of technology?
How effective is NSEC caching today?
What do we expect from protocols, and how do standards affect deployment?
Geoff takes a look at the initial design expectations and the deployment realities of BGP and DNSSEC.
How has this critically important routing protocol fared over these 30 years and what are its future prospects?
Geoff Huston shares his thoughts from DNS-OARC 30.