DNSSEC and ISPs faking DNS responses
dot at dotat.at
Mon Nov 16 11:14:42 UTC 2015
eric-list at truenet.com <eric-list at truenet.com> wrote:
> Actually, how are other places implementing these lists? I would have
> thought to use RPZ, but as far as I know if the blocked DNS domain is
> using DNSSEC it wouldn't work.
You can configure RPZ with the "break-dnssec" option which means
validating clients will fail to resolve the blocked domains.
DNSSEC only protects you from getting bad answers. If someone wants you to
get no answers at all then DNSSEC cannot help.
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