Why the DNS is broken, in plain language

Kim Davies, Manager of Root Zone Services at ICANN has published on the ICANN Blog a summary of a presentation he gave at ICANN’s Cairo meeting last month where he explained to various non-technical audiences why the Domain Name System (DNS) is vulnerable to attack, and why that is important, without needing a computer science degree to understand it.To read Kim’s explanation, check it out on the ICANN Blog at blog.icann.org/2008/11/why-the-dns-is-broken-in-plain-language/.

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