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.com and .net Now Support DNSSEC
April 14, 2011

VeriSign recently  announced  that .com—the Internet's largest domain with more than 90 million domain name registrations worldwide—now supports DNS Security Extensi…

DNSSEC for the .edu Domain
April 29, 2010

The Domain Name System (DNS) was built without security, leaving Internet traffic exposed to forged DNS data, which, among other things, allows the spoofing of addresses to redirect traffic to ma…

DNSSEC Secures Another Domain
September 8, 2009

The .edu domain will adopt DNSSEC next March amid more concern over Domain Name System security. The .edu domain will adopt DNSSEC next March ami…

Top-Level and "Adult" Internet Domains
August 29, 2011

Over the next several months colleges and universities are likely to face two questions involving their Internet identity: • whether to secure their own generic top-level domain (gTLD), an…

DNSSEC: Challenges and Opportunities for Higher Education
February 12, 2008 | A session at the Net@EDU Annual Member Meeting 2008

The Domain Name System Security Extensions, known as the DNSSEC, is a suite of IETF specifications for securing certain kinds of information provided by the DNS as used on IP networks. It is widely…