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Tomas Cordero-Refsland

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    260 comments  ·  Networking » DNS  ·  Flag idea as inappropriate…  ·  Admin →
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    Tomas Cordero-Refsland commented  · 

    We're 2 weeks away from 2021 and DNSSEC is still missing, something that's existed for a decade now.

    I would think it's in Microsofts best interest as well as the clients to have this in place to protect everyone from i.e using forged or manipulated DNS data (DNS poisoning) and help protect stuff like TXT & MX records providing additional tools to fight against SPAM and whatnot.

    Microsoft still relying on it's antiquated Stub Resolver is most curious.

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    I co-own a small web hosting company myself and even we support DNSSEC.
    What kind of David do we need to wake up Goliath here?!

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