We must anticipate changes in computational capacity when choosing an encryption algorithm, but is it relevant to DNSSEC?
Guest Post: Study shows clients can distribute DNS queries across a set of popular recursive resolvers without performance degradation.
Geoff shares his thoughts on what was being discussed the recent OARConline 35a.
The AN0M police sting, which subverted encryption, has lessons for how we think about trust on the Internet.
Guest Post: Measuring the benefits of traffic encryption technologies.
Guest Post: Newly released Unbound 1.12.0 comes with support for DNS-over-HTTPS.
Guest Post: Vulnerabilities in some forms of maritime satellite communication mean hackers with limited resources can eavesdrop.
The way DNS resolution is used in today’s network is changing, and it has wider implications.
Guest Post: How does the protection of E2EE against surveillance work? And how effective are implementations of E2EE in practice?
Is there a core of “crypto zealots” in the IETF that are pushing an extreme agenda about encryption?