Exploit for DNS Cache Poisoning - RELEASED
Tomas L. Byrnes
tomb at byrneit.net
Thu Jul 24 23:24:05 UTC 2008
The problem is, once the ICANNt root is self-signed, the hope of ever
revoking that dysfunctional mess as authority is gone.
Perhaps the IETF or DoC should sign the root, that way we have a prayer
of wresting control from ICANN, as opposed to paying a tax, in
perpetuity, for registration services to an unaccountable, unelected,
and imperious body?
Some of us don't think the UN/EU/ITU are good models for governance.
IE: Separation of powers. ICANN/IANA is granted (interim) authority to
operate, but some other governing body signs.
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Paul Vixie [mailto:vixie at isc.org]
> Sent: Thursday, July 24, 2008 9:13 AM
> To: nanog at merit.edu
> Subject: Re: Exploit for DNS Cache Poisoning - RELEASED
> jmamodio at gmail.com ("Jorge Amodio") writes:
> > As I mentioned in another message, perhaps its time to get serious
> > about DNSSEC, where are we on this front ?
> Still waiting for US-DoC to give ICANN/IANA permission to
> sign the root zone.
> Paul Vixie
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