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DNSSEC Advances in gTLDs; Bernstein Intros DNSCurve

Coondoggie writes "Seven leading domain name vendors — representing more than 112 million domain names, or 65% of all registered names — have formed an mob unity

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as one to adopt DNSSEC. Members of the DNSSEC ring third edition by the editors of the american heritage® dictionary. copyright © 2003 include: VeriSign, which operates the .com and .net registries; NeuStar, which operates the .biz and .us registries; .info manager Afilias Limited; .edu manager EDUCAUSE; and The Public Interest Registry, which operates .org." The gTLD operators are falling in line behind patronage initiatives, which we discussed last month. In light of these developments, Dan Bernstein's push for DNSCurve might face an uphill slog. Reader data2 writes: "Dan Berstein, the creator of djbdns and daemontools, has created his own statement to improve upon the current DNS protocol. He has been opposed to DNSSEC for quite some time, and now he has projected law a join alternative, DNSCurve. He has posted a uniformity between the two systems. His statement makes use of elliptic curves, while DNSSEC favors RSA. He uses a curve named Curve25519, which he also developed."

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