[Dnssec-deployment] Domain registrars with easy DNSSEC interface?
Kjetil Jensen [Binero AB]
kjetil.jensen at binero.se
Tue Jan 17 09:06:35 EST 2012
As Bill said you are looking for someone that are offering hosted DNSSEC
solutions, and as of today we only offering hosted DNSSEC for .SE and
.EU and the customers can easily turn off DNSSEC if they are using our
name servers, but we are signing .SE and .EU automatic if customers are
using our name servers so the customer does not need to do anything by
In the next couple of months we are going to offer DNSSEC for .COM,
.NET, .ORG, .US, .BIZ, .ME, .CO.UK, .ORG.UK as well.
And the same principles goes for above domains that if the customers
delegates the domain to our name servers it will automatic get DNSSEC.
But if you want to get notified or similar or more information about our
services please do not hesitate to contact me.
E-mail: kjetil.jensen at binero.se
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On 2012-01-17 14:55, Bill Owens wrote:
> On Tue, Jan 17, 2012 at 07:59:37AM -0500, Dan York wrote:
>> Do any of you know of any domain name registrars other than GoDaddy and Dyn, Inc. that have web interfaces that make it easy to sign your domain with DNSSEC? (and that then handle all the signing and keys for you?)
> I think you're overloading the term 'registrar' in this case - the registrar function is to handle the registration of the domain name, and that's it. You're looking for someone who offers hosted DNS services with DNSSEC signing capabilities. I can see how it would be much more convenient having the same organization offer both registrar and DNS hosting services, since it allows the user to be out of the loop for installation of the DS record, but your use of 'registrar' is probably what's causing people to suggest GKG, Gandi, etc.
> All that said, I personally don't use DNS hosting so that capability isn't something I've been looking for. I have seen the recent twitter traffic about signed zones in .se and .cz, though I don't know whether the companies behind those services will offer them in other countries and TLDs. . .
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