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Open Issues in Secure DNS Deployment

Published

Author(s)

Ramaswamy Chandramouli, Scott W. Rose

Abstract

This paper describes some practical administrative issues and challenges in the deployment of DNSSEC - an IETF specified suite of security measures for securing the Domain Name System (DNS). The issues covered include: (a) Choice of Cryptographic algorithms and Key Sizes (2) Roll over schemes for Cryptographic algorithms and Keys (3) Secure Publication and Maintenance of Trust Anchors and (4) Protocol and Network configuration changes.
Citation
IEEE Security & Privacy
Volume
7
Issue
5

Keywords

DNS, Domain Name System, IETF specifications, query/response, secure transactions
Created October 6, 2009, Updated November 10, 2018