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Cloudflare 7h
DNS cache poisoning is tricky to pull off but can have devastating effects. Learn how DNS cache poisoning works, and why more secure protocols like are necessary.
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Rolf Sommerhalder Apr 22
Surprise finding while experimenting with AWS API Gateway: Route53 still does not support signing DNS zones by , while AWS CTO Vogels stresses importance of making use of security mechanisms in each and every of his keynotes!?
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APNIC 15h
Great to see more economies in the APNIC region achieve >50% Validates, lead by Kiribati 91% Bhutan 90% Palau 89% Narau 87% FSM 85% Marshall Islands 64% New Zealand 59% Mongolia 53%
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Michael Hausding Apr 23
Congratulations to to validate on their recursive name servers! One more step towards a secure infrastructure after signing some of their domains
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Michael Hausding Apr 10
About 4% of all .ch domain names are signed. This ist far behind the leaders from Scandinavia and .nl. but apparently worth mentioning by from
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SWITCH-CERT Jan 15
Automated DNSSEC Provisioning with CDS records is now enabled for all .ch/.li domain names (from all registrars) . An introduction to this topic from last meeting (slide deck)
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EURid Apr 11
works by checking answers at each level of the Internet infrastructure - DNS. And this wouldn't be possible without the chain of trust! Learn how to secure your domain name in 2019 at
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Adrian Offerman Apr 10
now available in English, on : Check your resolvers: KSK-2010 trust anchor phased out -- What remains is to phase out the old trust anchor, to avoid future insecurity and confusion
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Patrick Ben Koetter Apr 23
is an important and irreplaceable building block in securing the internets core infrastructure. Well done, !
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Internet.nl Feb 4
A growing number of over 1 million domains have DANE records for authenticated mail transport encryption. What about your domain? If not, just ask your mail provider. - Latest stats: - How-to’s, test tools, software:
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Alan West 6h
According to a new report, the DNS hijacking campaign across the internet only seems to be getting worse even though there is awareness of the issue.
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CaribNOG Apr 10
Steve Feldman, Chair of the Board of Packet Clearing House , describes how helped fight off DNS attacks in late 2018.
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SWITCH-CERT Jan 3
On 1 Jan 2019, 64'924 .ch domain names are signed with . A growth of 64% within a year! Compared to all registered .ch domain names only 3% are signed, but the number is increasing rapidly.
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Viktor Dukhovni Mar 25
Congratulations and thanks to two newly DANE-enabled MX-hosting providers with DANE domain counts as follows: flexfilter․nl 16116 (now 7th largest) netzone․ch 5996 (now 10th largest) This evening's DANE domain count is ~1.105 million.
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Dave Signori Apr 23
Continuing attacks on directory name services motivate to urge enterprises to adopt now. Details via
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Albert Daniels Apr 10
Steve Fieldman from PCH explains how the deployment of DNSSEC helped fight off certain DNS attacks
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Doug Montgomery Apr 10
Not bothering to do validation on a signed zone before issuing a DV cert is a threat to everyone ....
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Stéphane Bortzmeyer Mar 23
The number of extra requests to the root name servers, which increased twice during the , is now back to normal (probably because the old key was taken out). The mysteries of and resolver behaviour...
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Martin Hoffmann Jan 14
With four lines of code, just got turned into a proper signer:
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Mario Rimann Mar 28
Still stunned by the fine-grained migration-checklist that prepared. Result: Replaced all public nameservers including and the corresponding yesterday evening and no one noticed it. Well done - great to work with you!
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