If DNS is the phone book of the Internet, DNSSEC is the Internet’s unspoofable caller ID. It guarantees a web application’s traffic is safely routed to the correct servers so that a site’s visitors are not intercepted by a hidden on-path attacker. These attacks usually go unnoticed by sites’ visitors, increasing the risk of phishing, malware infections, and personal data leakage. Learn about Universal DNSSEC
DNSSEC is a complicated topic. This comprehensive guide explains the technical details of the DNSSEC protocol with friendly diagrams. Keep reading
The root-signing ceremony occurs four times every year, and it forms the trust anchor for the global DNSSEC infrastructure. Keep reading
Elliptic curve cryptography solves many of the final hurdles for widespread DNSSEC adoption. Keep reading
DNSSEC is fraught with technological barriers: zone enumeration, key management, and the threat of DNS amplification attacks to name a few. Keep reading
Join us in our push to make DNSSEC more accessible by allowing DNS operators to communicate directly with registrars and registries. Keep reading
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