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  • Monday 3 September 2018 Internet security

    Root KSK rollover resumed: switch now scheduled for 11 October

    Check je DNSSEC trust anchors!

    Afbeelding van Root KSK rollover resumed: switch now scheduled for 11 October
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  • Thursday 5 April 2018 Knowledge bank

    DNSSEC timing: absolute, relative and administrative timestamps

    22 February 2016 DNSSEC has changed the world of the DNS operator in two key respects. First, it has transformed the DNS from a primarily administrative system into a much more complex cryptographic platform (NL) that can be used for a wide variety of new applications (NL). Second, DNSSEC has introduced absolute times to a system that previously used only relative times (TTLs). Furthermore, with DNSSEC, the two timing methods need to interact. In this article, we consider the timing aspects of DNSSEC by reference to the settings in OpenDNSSEC (NL) (in the file /etc/opendnssec/kasp.xml). OpenDNSSEC is the most widely used DNSSEC solution for BIND named, (NL) which in turn is the most popular DNS server.

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  • Wednesday 4 April 2018 Knowledge bank

    SIDN now also supports cryptographic DNSSEC algorithms 13 and 14

    1 April 2016 Since March 2016, SIDN has supported cryptographic DNSSEC algorithm number 13 (ECDSA Curve P-256 with SHA-256) and algorithm number 14 (ECDSA Curve P-384 with SHA-384). Via the DRS interface, registrars can therefore upload DNSKEY records for their .nl domains formatted using the two 'new' algorithms. They can also offer the option via their dashboards to customers who handle their own DNS administration. That is possible with TransIP, for example. Smaller web developers such as Middag and KO3.net have taken the opportunity to enable DNSSEC for customers whose .nl domains they manage.

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