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How can I tell if a DNSSec zone is protected using NSEC3 (versus NSEC)
This answer describes how DNSSec might permit "Zone walking"... where a bad guy can extract all the DNS records from a DNSSec enabled zone. NSEC3 is an update that prevents this. (See bottom of this ...
Feb 12 '12 at 16:04
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