Homeland Security grabs for net's master keys
The US Department of Homeland Security is pushing to get hold of the master keys for a proposed revision of the internet's domain name system.
The shortcomings of the present DNS have been known for years but difficulties in devising a system that offers backward compatability while scaling to millions of nodes on the net have slowed down the implementation of its successor, Domain Name System Security Extensions (DNSSEC).
At The Register.
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