fyi-- [dns-operations] early key rollover for dlv.isc.org
vixie at vix.com
Thu Sep 21 17:01:45 UTC 2006
paul at vix.com (Paul Vixie) writes:
> EARLY KEY ROLLOVER
> In light of the recently announced OpenSSL security advisory: RSA Signature
> Forgery (CVE-2006-4339), ISC has instigated an early rollover of the DLV Key
> Signing Key (KSK). ISC reccomends reconfiguration of resolvers to use the DLV
> KSK published on September 21, 2006.
> The old KSK will be retired on September 29, 2006.
> see http://www.isc.org/ops/dlv/ for details, and note that there's now a
> [email protected] mailing list where folks can subscribe to learn about changes
> to the dlv trust anchor.
> dns-operations mailing list
> dns-operations at lists.oarci.net
LarrySheldon at cox.net ("Laurence F. Sheldon, Jr.") writes:
> My mail reader can sanitize HTML mail for me, but it was stymied by this
> one. What is it?
included as above in even plainer text. my mail user-agent is emacs/mh-e, and
i as far as i know it could not generate or consume HTML mail even if i tried.
smb at cs.columbia.edu ("Steven M. Bellovin") wrote:
> Paul, what exponent does the new key use? (I clicked on the public key
> link, but I can't decode the base64 that easily...)
it was made with bind9's "dnssec-keygen" utility, using the -e option, so...
-e use large exponent (RSAMD5/RSASHA1 only)
...hopefully it's a good exponent. (every few years someone tries to explain
to me what a key exponent is, i think you steve have tried, but it just doesn't
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