[dns-operations] Survey on DNS resolver operations and DNSSEC

Moritz Müller moritz.muller at sidn.nl
Mon Mar 21 12:52:32 UTC 2022


Good point Bill.
For consistency, it is a bit too late to change the survey, but we will take this implicit bias into account during evaluation.

—
Moritz

> On 21 Mar 2022, at 13:19, Bill Woodcock <woody at pch.net> wrote:
> 
> You have an implicit bias problem in your survey:
> 
> 
> The previous question was _whether_ this was the case, and included “strongly disagree.”  Here, you assume non-negative values.
> 
> The alternative to DNSSEC validation is man-in-the-middle compromises.  We wouldn’t be doing DNSSEC validation if it caused more workload than man-in-the-middle compromises.  Therefore the increased workload is negative, not positive.
> 
>                                 -Bill
> 

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