[Dnssec-deployment] Stats on DNSSEC at the top level
Ed.Lewis at neustar.biz
Wed May 16 09:06:50 EDT 2012
Update - after an off-line exchange, I miscounted something. "6
cctlds" (of the non xn-- kind) are un-DS'd, not five as I noted below.
Now all us bean-counter-types can nap more easily. ;)
At 16:34 -0400 5/15/12, Edward Lewis wrote:
>Comparing with my numbers, we agree.
>I see 2 xn--ccTLDs, 62 ccTLDs and 11 gTLDs with DS records. (=75)
>I see 3 xn--ccTLDs, 5 ccTLDs and 1 gTLD with DNSKEY/no DS record set (=9)
>In my counts I do add in the root (making my total 85 signed) and I
>skip the 11 test zones.
>At 15:00 -0400 5/15/12, Steve Crocker wrote:
>>86 names are signed according to the IANA database. Eleven of
>>these are test names related to the IDN program. That leaves 75
>>"real" TLDs that have DS records in the root zone as of May 15,
>>These are divided into ccTLDs vs gTLDs and "classic" vs IDN. There
>>aren't any signed IDN gTLDs, but there likely will be after the
>>applications for new gTLDs are evaluated and processed.
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>2012...time to reuse those 1984 calendars!
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2012...time to reuse those 1984 calendars!
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