DNS Security

Noteworthy

 Over the next few years we should expect to see applications leveraging DNSSEC in ways we cannot imagine now.

 There has been quite a bit of talk lately about the best way to secure a domain, mainly centered in two camps: SSL or DNSSEC. The answer is quite simple - you should use both.

 The movement is on, DNSSEC, ready set go! Just make sure you are ready when you go!

 Some folks have already asked me if DNSSEC could have prevented Twitter.com traffic from being hijacked. In this case, the answer is, "No".

DNS Security / Participants

John Levine
  • John Levine
  • Author, Consultant & Speaker
  • Joined: Jun 14, 2004
    Featured Blogs: 183
    Comments Posted: 242
Dan York
  • Dan York
  • Author and Speaker on Internet technologies
  • United States
  • Joined: Apr 24, 2007
    Featured Blogs: 84
    Comments Posted: 34
Geoff Huston
  • Geoff Huston
  • Author & Chief Scientist at APNIC
  • Joined: Sep 06, 2003
    Featured Blogs: 67
    Comments Posted: 2
Yves Poppe
  • Yves Poppe
  • Director, Business Development IP Strategy at Tata Communications
  • Canada
  • Joined: Nov 06, 2007
    Featured Blogs: 51
    Comments Posted: 2
Elisa Cooper
  • Elisa Cooper
  • VP Product Marketing at MarkMonitor
  • United States
  • Joined: Apr 24, 2009
    Featured Blogs: 49
    Comments Posted: 12
St├ęphane Van Gelder
  • St├ęphane Van Gelder
  • Chairman, MILATHAN
  • United Kingdom
  • Joined: Aug 27, 2008
    Featured Blogs: 45
    Comments Posted: 15
Gadi Evron
  • Gadi Evron
  • Security Strategist
  • Joined: Feb 22, 2006
    Featured Blogs: 45
    Comments Posted: 39
Michael D. Palage
  • Michael D. Palage
  • Intellectual Property Attorney and IT Consultant
  • United States
  • Joined: Aug 30, 2006
    Featured Blogs: 44
    Comments Posted: 43
Antony Van Couvering
  • Antony Van Couvering
  • CEO of Minds + Machines
  • United States
  • Joined: Jul 16, 2005
    Featured Blogs: 42
    Comments Posted: 84
Milton Mueller
  • Milton Mueller
  • Professor, Syracuse University School of Information Studies
  • United States
  • Joined: Sep 09, 2004
    Featured Blogs: 40
    Comments Posted: 76
Neil Schwartzman
  • Neil Schwartzman
  • Executive Director, The Coalition Against unsolicited Commercial Email - CAUCE
  • United States
  • Joined: Sep 15, 2003
    Featured Blogs: 39
    Comments Posted: 29
Garth Bruen
  • Garth Bruen
  • Internet Fraud Analyst and Policy Developer
  • United States
  • Joined: May 22, 2008
    Featured Blogs: 33
    Comments Posted: 134