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0d1dnsdist - a highly DNS-, DoS- and abuse-aware loadbalancer..
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0d1Being notified of new and changed KSK in a zone
Somebody asked me whether it would be possible to be notified (no pun intended) of new DNSSEC keys as they are published in a zone, and I referred them to Stéphane Bortzmeyer's key-checker which I mentioned when I talked...
0d6Donuts bought .reise
Donuts has been confirmed by a German news site as the new owner of .reise, which was auctioned by its previous owner last week. The deal, which is believed to have cost Donuts at least $400,000, means the company now...
0d8Say goodbye to DNS leaks!
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0d7ICANN wins .hotels/.hoteis confusion appeal but has to pay..
The proposed new gTLDs .hotels and .hoteis are too confusingly similar to coexist on the internet. That s the result of an Independent Review Process decision this week, which denied .hotels applicant Booking.com s...
0d8Neustar set to lose contract that provides HALF its...
Neustar has been devastated by the news that it is likely to lose a US government contract that provides almost half of its annual revenue. The US Federal Communications Commission yesterday recommended that Telcordia...
1d17Enabling DANE
The impromptu midnight DNSSEC tutorial I gave last Saturday during the Ansible meetup in Utrecht was quite successful: only one third of the participants fell asleep (a good turnout for me), but I attribute that solely...
2d11OpenDNS Customers On Better Cloud-Delivered Security
As a cloud-delivered security company, we define success through our customers’ satisfaction and successful deployments. I am proud to report on the experiences of two of our customers who recently deployed OpenDNS’s...
2d24Live gTLD .reise sold at auction
The first auction of a live new gTLD resulted in a sale, I can reveal. Dotreise s .reise, which is German for .travel , changed hands in an auction managed by Applicant Auction last Friday. Unfortunately, I haven t been...
2d23Tucows and Namecheap exit $14m .online deal
Tucows and Namecheap have both pulled out of their joint venture with Radix to run the .online registry. Tucows revealed the move, which will see Radix run .online solo, in a press release yesterday. Both Tucows and...
2d25More security issues prang ICANN site
ICANN has revealed details of a security problem on its web site that could have allowed new gTLD registries to view data belonging to their competitors. The bug affected its Global Domains Division customer relationship...
2d26Website doing reverse IPv6 lookup
Hello, I'm looking for a website that could automatically display the IPv6 address of the client and the reverse lookup on this address. A lot of sites can display the current IPv6 address of the client, some of them...
3d28Authoritative Server 3.4.3 released
Warning: Version 3.4.3 of the PowerDNS Authoritative Server is a major upgrade if you are coming from 2.9.x. Additionally, if you are coming from any 3.x version (including 3.3.1), there is a mandatory SQL schema...
3d30From NOERROR to REFUSED
Back in 2011, in the work leading up to the biggest release of the Authoritative Server so far (3.0, with DNSSEC), in an attempt to bring the rcode for a dangling CNAME in line with BIND, by accident the rcode for we...
4d40CVF: SPF as a Certificate Validator for SSL
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6d48High resolution test with the Piclop
I mentioned the Piclop on the 3D scanning subreddit and ComeOnDoolittle asked me about scanning some rather unusual objects: stone arrow heads or spear points. Sadly, I didn't have either. As a substitute I tried...
6d48Domain Incite is five years old today
Five years ago Domain Incite published its first story, with the introductory line Let s start at the beginning, shall we? I went on to describe how I d registered the name domainincite.com and thrown up a live,...
6d46Main IETF Website Returns To Being DNSSEC Signed Via...
Good news this week for DNSSEC and content-distribution-networks (CDNs)! Last year the Internet Engineering Task Force (IETF) decided to move the main IETF web site over to a CDN to speed up access to IETF web pages for...
6d54The IANA transition in a nutshell
The US plan to remove itself from its unique DNS oversight role is about creating a coalition of nations to thwart attempts by Russia and other authoritarian countries to increase government control of the internet. That...
6d51RFC 7459: Representation of Uncertainty and Confidence in...
Le format PIDF-LO (Presence Information Data Format - Location Object, RFC 4119) permet de représenter la position présente d'un objet mobile. Ce nouveau RFC est consacré à la représentation de l'incertitude sur la...
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