[Dnssec-deployment] Akamai and DNSSEC - Re: Comcast
Morizot Timothy S
Timothy.S.Morizot at irs.gov
Tue Jan 24 15:16:43 EST 2012
Yes, but it's not deployed in their CDN. They can DNSSEC sign zones they host, but if sites from that zone are deployed into the CDN, they can't be DNSSEC validated (treated as insecure). It's a significant issue.
From: dnssec-deployment-bounces at dnssec-deployment.org [mailto:dnssec-deployment-bounces at dnssec-deployment.org] On Behalf Of Dan York
Sent: Tuesday, January 24, 2012 2:06 PM
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Subject: [Dnssec-deployment] Akamai and DNSSEC - Re: Comcast
Does anyone know whether Akamai has any plans for DNSSEC ? This seems
to be a big hurdle now..
In doing some research recently I found that Akamai has DNSSEC listed as part of their Enhanced DNS services:
They announced this in August 2010:
and I found a presentation from the March 2011 ICANN Silicon Valley workshop about their implementation:
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