It’s time to look at the data to see what we can learn from the first roll of the root zone’s KSK.
Guest Post: Study follows the evolution of TLS from 2012 using a dataset of 319.3 billion TLS connections collected from large universities and research centres across North America.
Guest Post: Will upcoming changes to open source DNS software break your domain?
Guest Post: Zesplot is a new tool that allows users to more easily visualize and monitor for errors in the IPv6 address space.
Guest Post: Upstream Visibility is a new tool to visualize inter-domain routing data of a specified prefix.
The New Caledonia Digital Observatory supports the local ICT community by measuring and analysing the ongoing impact of digital developments in New Caledonia.
Guest Post: What are the root causes of DNS inconsistency seen on the Internet?
Has the use of elliptical curve cryptographic algorithms in generating digital signatures for securing the DNS improved since 2014?
Guest Post: Study takes a brief peek at 3.5 billion queries from Google’s public DNS service.
While there are a number of approaches to DNS measurement, all have their own forms of potential bias and uncertainty.