Cricket on DNS
The latest on DNS Security, DNSSEC, IP Address Management... and more
The results of the 2010 DNS Survey come out this week. I know you've all been waiting with bated breath, so heres a summary of some of what I thought were the most interesting results:
We again examined a random sample of subzones of the Big Three gTLDs, .COM, .NET and .ORG. As in previous surveys, we looked for DNSSEC resource records that would tell us whether these subzones were signed.
Our friends at The Measurement Factory just completed the 2010 DNS Survey, and we'll release the complete results soon. For those of you who just can't wait, though, here's a preview of some of the results.
On my flight from San Francisco to London this past weekend, I passed the one million mile mark. Those miles were logged over the course of years of flying with United and its partner airlines, but more than half of it was racked up while workingfor Infoblox, and a good portion of that while talking about DNSSEC.