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DNSCurve: an alternative to DNSSEC

DNSCurve: an alternative to DNSSEC

Posted Aug 4, 2009 10:38 UTC (Tue) by job (guest, #670)
In reply to: DNSCurve: an alternative to DNSSEC by Duncan
Parent article: DNSCurve: an alternative to DNSSEC

It's all nitpicking of course. "Most servers" is easily misread as many different server software products and not many different installations. It could have been clearer, that's all.

DNS is a system where flaws, like caching logic, easily can affect different implementations so it's important if the problem is with BIND or the DNS protocol. The BIND monoculture is a bit troublesome too, but that's another issue (I've used both TinyDNS and NSD in production but they all have issues of their own).


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