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DNSSEC Comes To .Net Zone Today

December 10th, 2010 12:48 admin Leave a comment Go to comments

wiredmikey sends news that as of today VeriSign has enabled DNSSEC on the .net zone. This is one milestone in a years-long process of securing the DNS against cache poisoning and other attacks. Next step will be for VeriSign to sign the .com root early next year.“Having DNSSEC enabled for .net domains… [is] important as it represents one of the most critical implementations of DNSSEC technology, since .net serves as the underpinning for many critical Internet functions. The largest zone to be DNSSEC enabled to date, .net currently has more than 13 million… domain name registrations worldwideds.”

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