Guest Post: Why does half the Internet use a TTL of 1 minute or less?
DNS transparency, DoH and DoT preferences, and Frag Flag Day – Geoff discusses highlights from DNS-OARC 31.
The DNS has evolved from its initial design, but has it evolved for the better?
Guest Post: Researchers have found it’s possible to identify web pages visited by a user by analysing DoH traffic.
Guest Post: TCP enables DoH and DoT to outperform Do53 in page load times, despite higher response times.
Guest Post: Centralized DoH ‘by default’ is a net-negative for everyone’s privacy and that even in later years it will not improve privacy outside of the most privacy hostile environments.
Guest Post: Study shows that even the use of anycast with a short TTL on the authoritative server-side cannot match the gains of longer TTLs.
Can we measure the level of DNS centrality in the Internet today?
Guest Post: A team of researchers measured the effects of DNS Flag Day from the perspective of end entities and authoritative servers.
Guest Post: Why do recursive resolvers select certain authoritative nameservers? Can it be improved?