A deeper look at the potential benefits of DNS over HTTPS, or DOH.
APNIC Labs has been assisting with measuring how ready the Internet is for the DNS Root Zone KSK rollover.
Has the use of elliptical curve cryptographic algorithms in generating digital signatures for securing the DNS improved since 2014?
A trustable DNS demands DNSSEC irrespective of the fate of DNS over TLS.
Geoff Huston analyses the current state of BGP security mechanisms based on his observations at the IETF 102 meeting.
While there are a number of approaches to DNS measurement, all have their own forms of potential bias and uncertainty.
What’s new, what’s old and what’s been forgotten in the past ten years of the Internet’s evolution?
Geoff Huston delves into the statistics to test common theories on the deployment of IPv6. Are they true?
Additional Truncated Response (ATR) does not completely fix the issue of large responses but it is worth considering if you want a faster DNS service.
APNIC Labs attempts to validate the proportion of resolvers reporting trust in KSK-2017 ahead of the restart of the Root Zone DNS key roll process.