Geoff discusses how the DNS and root servers function and provides some suggestions for the infrastructure to continue to be robust, scalable and accurate..
Domain Name certificates used to be expensive. In this post, I’ll walk through the process of setting up good, inexpensive and accessible DNS security using several public tools.
What can be done to mitigate attacks on the DNS?
APNIC is testing a new protocol that allows service operators to easily notify of DNS changes.
Two years ago I reported on the use of the elliptical curve cryptographic algorithm in generating digital signatures for DNSSEC. Let’s see what’s changed over the past 24 months.
Guest Post: Google’s Warren Kumari discusses the benefits of Next Secure (NSEC) and why it needs to be used in a more aggressive manner.
ICANN recently announced the operational plans to “roll” the Root Zone Key Signing Key, an essential part of DNSSEC.
Register for this two-day intermediate level workshop being held in conjunction with the HKNOG 3.0 conference, from 7 to 8 September in Hong Kong.
Geoff Huston shares his impressions from sessions he attended at IETF 96, Berlin.
ICANN 56, held in Helsinki, Finland, was the first ICANN meeting to use the new four-day Policy Forum format.