Geoff Huston presented on DNS Flag Day 2020 at DNS-OARC 34, held online from 4 to 5 March 2020.
APNIC had to migrate to a new DNSSEC signer, so we put our two favourite options to the test. Game on!
Guest Post: Roughly half of all ASes fail to filter for spoofed traffic as it enters their network border. A new tool helps admins test their own network in real time.
Geoff Huston shares his thoughts from the recent DNS-OARC 34.
Opinion: The NSA recently issued some advice on DoH. It wasn’t necessarily bad advice, but it was not well received.
Guest Post: Chromium is driving a reduction in DNS root server traffic. Let’s put some numbers to it.
Guest Post: When an authoritative DNS name server is temporarily unavailable, the ISP cache helps ride out the DNS bumps. Why not pre-cache important information with LocalRoot?
Guest post: Where does DNS spoofing occur? How often? Is it increasing? Researchers examined six years of data to find out.
Guest post: A new tool that uses DNS cache snooping on public DNS resolvers to measure the prevalence of rare applications and domains on the Internet.
Geoff Huston had some great posts published in 2020. Check out his insights into the DNS and all things Internet.