Is DNSSEC the answer to Internet security?

Monday, 14 July 2008, 1:41 PM EST

Domain Name System, or DNS, administrators around the world are racing to patch their systems for a critical flaw that could leave millions at risk. Although the technology for a more secure DNS has been available for years, it has not yet been widely deployed.

DNSSEC (DNS Security Extensions) provides a form of signed verification for DNS information, which is intended to assure DNS authenticity.

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