Registry lock - or EPP with two factor authentication
For the last couple of years, the most common attack vector against the DNS system is the attack against the registrar.
For the last couple of years, the most common attack vector against the DNS system is the attack against the registrar.Read more →
In addition to investments financed through the Internet Fund, .SE has also recently chosen to support two important projects. The names of these are Cryptech and CeroWRT, and we think that both are important for the future of the internet.Read more →
Language, both in speaking and writing, is ambiguous and generally wayward – and always wonderful. DNS is precise, exact and keeps to the rules. It’s not so strange then that the intersection between them, IDNA (Internationalized Domain Names in Applications), often looks like a round object being pressed through a square hole.Read more →
Together with colleagues at our French counterpart Afnic, we at .SE have developed a continuation to DNSCheck. Zonemaster is a program that helps control how well the DNS service works for a domain.Read more →
Do you work with XML? Have you gotten a badly formed xml file that is impossible to read, or have you had the need to validate an xml file against an XML Schema? If your answer to any of these questions is yes, this blog post is for you.Read more →