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Re: AW: Odd policy question.

  • From: Jeffrey I. Schiller
  • Date: Sat Jan 14 17:34:36 2006
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Randy Bush wrote:
> could you amplify?

If registrars regularly checked for lame delegations (or checked on
demand). Then a way to attack a domain would be to forge DNS responses
to cause the registrar to remove the domain because it is lame. So
DNSSEC would be needed to be sure...

			-Jeff

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