DNSSEC

DNSSEC is an extension to the internet's signposting set-up, the Domain Name System or DNS. It makes the internet safer and more reliable by addressing a number of vulnerabilities in the DNS. This website brings you the latest news about DNSSEC. There's also technical and practical advice on how to improve the security of your domain names by rolling out DNSSEC in your technical infrastructure.

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DNSSEC news

  • Friday 6 July 2018 Internet security

    Don't forget TLSA record after replacing TLS certificate

    Limited tooling available for automatic rollovers

    Afbeelding van Don't forget TLSA record after replacing TLS certificate
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  • Friday 6 July 2018 Internet security

    StartTLS and DANE may be made mandatory for outgoing mail as well

    Forum for Standardisation considers addition to 'use-or-explain' list

    Afbeelding van StartTLS and DANE may be made mandatory for outgoing mail as well
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  • Tuesday 24 April 2018 Internet security

    Signing of government domains: rapid progress continues

    In the Netherlands, 80% of government websites are now signed

    Afbeelding van Signing of government domains: rapid progress continues
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Enable DNSSEC signing and validation in your DNS infrastructure. We explain how DNSSEC works in combination with popular name server software.

Hands-on DNSSEC signing

  • Hands-on: DNSSEC signatures in BIND named