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ISOC's DNSSEC Deployment Map Available In Global Internet Maps (Interactive)

Internet Society's DNSSEC Deployment Maps are now available as part of a larger set of Global Internet Maps from its annual Global Internet Report. The map is based off of the 5 stages of DNSSEC deployment that the organization tracks as part of the weekly DNSSEC deployment maps generated. See Michael Kende's post about these new maps.

Note: These Global Internet Maps are only updated periodically and so that DNSSEC deployment map will not necessarily be as up-to-date with ccTLDs as the weekly DNSSEC Deployment Maps. The best place to get the most current maps is the archive of the dnssec-maps mailing list. The Internet Society maps get generated every Monday morning.

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