Geoff was again in fine form in 2018 with insightful posts on DNS, IPv6, routing, and time.
Guest Post: Simple Mail Transfer Protocol Transport Layer Security Reporting is a new feature included in open source network and security configuration assessment tool.
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.
DOH (DNS over HTTPS) and other means to secure the DNS attracted plenty of discussion at the recent DNS-OARC meeting.
The 29th DNS-OARC workshop was a remarkably effective DNS meeting, with a wealth of operational experience and engagement.
Guest Post: DNS-over-TLS provides an opportunity to improve query latency compared to UDP.
Guest Post: The recently updated TLS 1.3 delivers superior privacy, security, and performance.
A trustable DNS demands DNSSEC irrespective of the fate of DNS over TLS.
Guest Post: DNS over TLS brings reliable delivery of the DNS, which might make DNSSEC and DANE finally happen after all.
Guest Post: With TLSv1.3 approved and in the IETF publication queue, it’s time to think about deployment options and obstacles, and planning for changes inherent in this revision.