DNSSEC – why not having a signed zone is…
Firstly, what is DNSSEC?
Ok read all that good. What we are talking about here is signing a DNS zone to “assure” that the client is getting DNS responses from the right ZONE data. DNSSEC does not encrypt the conversation between DNS client and DNS server. It does enable the client to be able to check if the data it gets back is valid. In short what we are doing is validating that the “data” being returned is authorized and not tampered with.Read more “DNSSEC – why not having a signed zone is almost never going to lead to you getting pwn3d”