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How DNSSEC Works 1 A Gentle Introduction to DNSSEC. DNSSEC creates a secure domain name system by adding cryptographic signatures to existing DNS records. 2 RRsets. ... 3 Zone-Signing Keys. ... 4 Key-Signing Keys. ... 5 Delegation Signer Records. ... 6 The Chain of Trust. ...What are the different types of DNS records in DNSSEC?
To facilitate signature validation, DNSSEC adds a few new DNS record types: RRSIG - Contains a cryptographic signature. DNSKEY - Contains a public signing key. DS - Contains the hash of a DNSKEY record. NSEC and NSEC3 - For explicit denial-of-existence of a DNS record.What is DNSSEC (DNS security extensions)?
DNSSEC stands for DNS Security Extensions. It was designed many years ago as a way to cryptographically sign DNS records so that when a DNSSEC enabled resolver looks up a DNSSEC signed domain the response is mathematically guaranteed to be valid. What exactly does DNSSEC protect?Why choose dnsmadeeasy?
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