It’s time to look at the data to see what we can learn from the first roll of the root zone’s KSK.
The 29th DNS-OARC workshop was a remarkably effective DNS meeting, with a wealth of operational experience and engagement.
APNIC Labs has been assisting with measuring how ready the Internet is for the DNS Root Zone KSK rollover.
While there are a number of approaches to DNS measurement, all have their own forms of potential bias and uncertainty.
APNIC Labs attempts to validate the proportion of resolvers reporting trust in KSK-2017 ahead of the restart of the Root Zone DNS key roll process.
Since 2016, APNIC Labs has observed a drop in global DNSSEC adoption. Have we passed the point of peak use of DNSSEC?
Guest Post: ICANN has announced that it will not roll the root zone KSK in the first quarter of 2018. Read why.
Some of the highlights from DNS-OARC 27 held in San Jose from 29 September to 3 October 2017.
Why has the DNS Root Zone KSK roll been postponed? Geoff Huston digs into the data to explain.
Automating DNSSEC key management and validating issues with the KSK roll where two of the many novel discussions had during the recent IEPG meeting in Prague.