Guest Post: Institutions that run their own recursive resolvers and route from their own AS are most susceptible to privacy risks.
Opinion: Can current measures around the globe curtail the power of Big Tech?
Guest Post: Measuring the benefits of traffic encryption technologies.
ODOH, protocol design tradeoffs and more.
Are newly proposed DNS privacy measures bringing us closer to application-level autonomy from existing infrastructure?
Guest Post: There’s been a fair amount of progress made in the realm of DoH over the 12 months but equally more work to be done.
Internet infrastructure has evolved a lot since the 1980s. How well is the DNS coping with all that change?
In August 2019, 3% of users passed their queries through resolvers that actively work to minimize the extent of leakage of superfluous information in DNS queries. What’s changed in 12 months?
The way DNS resolution is used in today’s network is changing, and it has wider implications.
Guest Post: We are currently living in a world of eroding trust and it is time to rethink what, and how we trust.