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Half of .gov Sites Fail DNSSEC Test

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netbuzz writes “US federal government Web sites were mandated to have begun deploying DNS Security Extensions (DNSSEC) by Dec. 31, 2009, but a recent check shows that 51 percent have still failed to do so. That does represent a marked increase over the 20 percent that had complied as of a year ago. ‘But if you think the government should be fully deployed by now, it’s a disappointing number,’ says Mark Beckett, vice president of marketing and product management for Secure64, who conducted the study.”

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