Based on information from this site, DNSSec is needed to protect us from a number of DNS and SSL / TLS hacks, including: DNS spoofing, especially on wifi or shared medium Registrars that abuse their ...
I was previously using OpenDNS on my internal network. I found out today that comcast has switched over to DNSSec:Comcast DNSSec. I've did a little research on DNSSec and its benefits. I ...
I've read several papers on DNSSEC, and it appears that it does prevent many attack classes, and the only two possible downsides is that its deployment is hard (DNSSEC is complex), and that you can ...
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 ...
Does DNSSEC provide signed statements that a certain domain does NOT yet support DNSSEC? If not, why not?
In my security class with David Wagner, we talked about some of the reasons why DNSSEC is not widely adopted right now. One of the reasons was that for backward compatibility reasons, clients need to ...
This is a high level question regarding some recent posts about enhancing web browser security from an end-user perspective. What business/organisation(s) would have: Sufficient technical skill ...