Paul Vixie recently gave a presentation at a security conference in the Netherlands entitled "Defective by Design -- How the Internet's Openness is Slowly Poisoning Us " It's a provocative title for a talk and this interview he gave at the conference is well worth watching. Watch it and make up your own mind: http://youtu.be/J0YxPqdFtZ4 Related articles ISC … [Read more...] about Paul Vixie: The Openness of the Internet is Poisoning Us
The .nz domain registry has announced that they have enabled DNSSEC in the New Zealand namespace: New Zealanders will be able to better secure their web presence from today, thanks to a major technical security deployment by InternetNZ subsidiaries .nz Registry Services (NZRS) and the Domain Name Commission (DNCL). Following more than two years of behind-the-scenes work, … [Read more...] about .Nz Registry Enables DNSSEC
Quite an amusing video from JPRS (the .jp domain registry) that "explains" what they do .. or tries to ... With subtitles And now you know how your friends feel when you talk about domains :) … [Read more...] about DNS Industry Explained (Sort Of)
The Chilean ccTLD has expanded its DNS infrastructure with the addition of three new nameservers in London, Amsterdam and Tokyo. The registry has been expanding its external DNS infrastructure over the last couple of years and now has DNS in multiple locations across the globe: Further details on their site … [Read more...] about Chilean Domain Registry Expands DNS Infrastructure
I'm a creature of habit. I read articles from quite a wide range of sources, but a lot of the links are coming to me from the same people over and over again. So the question I have is this Which sites do you go to for news and opinion for the internet industry? ie. internet policy, domains and DNS (Not startups and all that thanks!) Feel free to recommend your own … [Read more...] about Domains, DNS and Internet Policy & News Blogs?