InternetNZ studies potential DNS attack cure

New Zealand’s domain name system is unlikely to be protected by digital signatures in the near future, despite moves in the US and elsewhere to implement protocols to make this happen.InternetNZ’s executive director, Keith Davidson, says New Zealand is moving towards introducing the protections, called domain name and addressing system security extensions (DNSSEC). However, he says the technology is not yet stable or usable.
http://computerworld.co.nz/news.nsf/netw/1A7C95E7989E3FD2CC2574E7000A9E38

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