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Moving Closer to Real-World DNSSEC Implementations for DNS

SecuriTeam Blog reports that the ISC (which maintains BIND, a common DNS implementation), is setting up Registry called DLV to allow DNSEC to be rolled out now (not waiting for a Root and TLD servers getting signed).This would certainly hope with cache poisoning. I wonder how quickly organizations will make use of this.

DNS is not very sexy and generally does not get much attention in organizations – as long as it works!

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