Guest Post: Study finds that replacing outdated cryptographic algorithms can take more than four years.
Internet infrastructure has evolved a lot since the 1980s. How well is the DNS coping with all that change?
Geoff shares his thoughts from the recent DNS-OARC virtual meeting.
Guest post: DNSSEC validation is past 25% worldwide but progress has not been spread evenly. Why?
Although the adoption of IPv6 and DNSSEC has been protracted, it hasn’t stopped the Internet evolving.
Stay-at-home measures have had observable impacts on Internet usage, as well as the development of IPv6.
Guest Post: If you operate your own DNS resolver, no matter what brand it is, upgrade it to the latest version now!
Guest Post: The most essential part of deploying DNSSEC was to understand what it is and how it works.
Never did anyone think a virus would be the trigger for the root signing emergency plan.
Opinion: Why has our public key certificate system failed the Internet so badly?