**Domain Name System Security Extensions (DNSSEC)** is a set of IETF specifications for digitally signed DNS.

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How to get started with DNSSEC?

I have been assigned the task of improving security of a specific service. After some analysis of the requirements we have come to the conclusion, that a certain aspect of the specified requirements ...
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I just deployed DNSSec. Is there any benefit in DANE for a CA- issued Cert?

I just deployed DNSSec at https://val-id.com and https://getvalid.com Since DNSSec is a requirement of DANE, and I have a CA-based certificate, can I show my support for DANE-based deployments by ...
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Is there an HSTS equivalent for DNSSec?

Is there any way to set a DNSSec-always policy similar to how HSTS commands Web Browsers to always use HTTPS? This would mitigate a DNSSec-strip attack (similar to SSLStrip) I'm also unclear if this ...
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In DNSSec, are Delegation Signer Records always SHA-1?

I'm creating a RSA/SHA-512 Zone Signing Key and Key Signing Key at Dynect Managed DNS (corporate offering) The Delegation Signer Record that was created is SHA1. Should I be concerned about this?
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DNSSEC: Does the algorithm of the ZSK need to match the algorithm of the KSK?

I am in the process of setting up DNSSEC for my domains. Initially I was going to go with algorithm 13 (ECDSA-P256-SHA256), but it seems that dyn.com doesn't allow me to add a DS record with an ...
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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 ...
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What jurisdiction do DNS root servers and corresponding TLDs have?

We are setting up DNSSec and want to document risks that relate to the core root servers, their binding keys, and the next level DNS TLD. Since there is history saying that the US Government owns ...
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Root Zone Trust Anchor Publication?

I'm reading through DNSSEC Trust Anchor Publication for the Root Zone. Section 4 lists two methods to distribute the root keys: HTTP and HTTPS. Fetching over HTTP is not secure, and fetching over ...