from 31 March 2016 to 1 April 2016
Intercontinental Buenos Aires
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Public Workshop: Privacy

Place

Location: Intercontinental Buenos Aires
Address: Buenos Aires, Argentina
Room: Montserrat
Date: 31 Mar 15:30 - 17:00

Conveners

    • Mr. Bellis, Ray (Internet Systems Consortium, Inc.)

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Displaying 4 contributions out of 4
Session: Public Workshop: Privacy
Track: Public Workshop
The Domain Name System Security Extension (DNSSEC) today utilizes cryptographic methods to provide security features to DNS answers. However, due to the early adoption of DNSSEC, the number of secured domains is still small and islands of security are quite common. Thus, DNSSEC Look-aside Validation (DLV) is designed as an alternative off-path validation way. While privacy in DNS is attracting a l ... More
Presented by Dr. Aziz MOHAISEN
Session: Public Workshop: Privacy
Track: Public Workshop
Data stored in the DNS is publicly visible. DNS transactions, on the other hand, contain privacy sensitive information. The Snowden revelations about pervasive monitoring are seen as a wake up call for the internet community to increase the focus on privacy protection. One of the privacy threat mitigation methods mentioned in RFC6973, is the principle of data minimisation[0]. The RFC states that: ... More
Presented by Ralph DOLMANS on 31/3/2016 at 19:30
Session: Public Workshop: Privacy
Track: Public Workshop
The "DNS privacy" project started at the IETF meeting in Vancouver a few months after the Snowden revelations. What is its current state? A problem statement has been published, RFC 7626. Two directions are followed: QNAME minimisation, to decrease the amount of data sent to the name servers. And encryption, to prevent a sniffer to get the data. This talk will present the state of standardisati ... More
Presented by Mr. Stéphane BORTZMEYER on 31/3/2016 at 19:00
ICANN has recently begun testing live authoritative servers for conformance to the DNS protocols, particularly for TCP and EDNS(0) compliance. We do this by collecting registered names from the zone files of all gTLDs, as well as a representative sampling of names registered in the ccTLDs. This paper shows the test methodology, the levels of compliance found, and suggests avenues for further testi ... More
Presented by Paul HOFFMAN on 31/3/2016 at 18:30
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