[dns-operations] Massive DNS poisoning attacks in Brazil

Roy Arends roy at dnss.ec
Tue Oct 2 20:01:14 UTC 2012

dnssec-trigger is your friend.


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On 2 Oct 2012, at 20:54, Paul Vixie <paul at redbarn.org> wrote:

> On 2012-10-02 7:48 PM, Warren Kumari wrote:
>> DNSSEC on the *host / stub* would have though.
> this doesn't work at the moment, even when there's code on the stub that
> supports it, which is rare and experimental. i occasionally turn on a
> recursive name server on my laptop, but it's very rare that udp/53 is
> allowed through a wireless gateway in a hotel or coffee shop, and when
> it is, edns usually triggers an immune response because the gateway
> "knows" that additional data sections of queries are empty. when this
> doesn't fail, the multipacket response is damaged by dropping all
> fragments after the first one.
> if ietf hadn't declared the dns protocol finished, and were not even now
> working to close up the dnsext working group, i'd propose that we
> develop a standard for carrying edns over tcp/80 and/or tcp/443, which
> is for most mobile users what "the internet" consists of.
> i'm not sure how we expect DANE to make any difference when we don't
> have working last mile DNSSEC.
> paul
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