[dns-operations] LWN.net article about DNSCurve

Michael Monnerie michael.monnerie at is.it-management.at
Tue Jul 21 09:56:29 UTC 2009

On Dienstag 14 Juli 2009 Michael Monnerie wrote:
> DNSCurve: an alternative to DNSSEC
> http://lwn.net/SubscriberLink/340528/032f5704a1222c13/
> I leave the comments to you :-)

Hm. Wondering if this dnscurve thingy is just a stupid idea or if 
everybody just silently agrees its good? I thought that at least some 
people understanding DNS would provide a reply.

mfg zmi
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