Geoff discusses some of the highlights of DNS-OARC 28, held in Puerto Rico earlier this month.
Since 2016, APNIC Labs has observed a drop in global DNSSEC adoption. Have we passed the point of peak use of DNSSEC?
Guest Post: Authentication and encryption should start at the edge of the network, with the end user.
Guest Post: Implementation of aggressive NSEC caching in BIND 9.12 should reduce the amount of traffic sent to root servers.
APNIC will deliver an IPv6 workshop from 29 to 31 January 2018, and a two-day DNS/DNSSEC workshop from 1 to 2 February 2018, in Vientiane, Lao PDR.
Guest Post: ICANN has announced that it will not roll the root zone KSK in the first quarter of 2018. Read why.
Guest Post: Learn about three ways that registries, registrars and third-party operators might be encouraged to deploy DNSSEC.
Relatively minor changes to recursive resolvers could make a significant difference to the operation of the DNS as a whole.
We don’t have to accept that the DNS has to be a victim of DDoS attacks.
APNIC participated in DNS-OARC 27, NANOG 71 and ARIN 40, held back-to-back in San Jose, USA, in early October.