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RE: DNSSEC in public
- From: Marcus H. Sachs
- Date: Mon Sep 12 09:35:07 2005
Dan, check out http://www.dnssec-deployment.org/
Marcus H. Sachs, P.E.
1100 Wilson Blvd Suite 2800
Arlington VA 22209
From: firstname.lastname@example.org [mailto:email@example.com] On Behalf Of Dan
Mahoney, System Admin
Sent: Monday, September 12, 2005 6:15 AM
Subject: DNSSEC in public
In response to a recent question I saw regarding DNSSEC on RIPE domains,
I'd like to ask if there's any sort of draft or standard that anyone knows
about for doing DNSSEC in the public, using either a "root" key and/or
possibly having master keys pulished in WHOIS?
I see a very experimental thing Verisign is doing for the .net zone, and
also for some other opt-in zone, but I'm sure that's highly experimental
at this point.
I guess my question is: is there even something up for discussion at this
point? I know it's early in the game.
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-Dan Mahoney, JS, JB & SL, May 10th, 1997, Approx 1AM
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