OARConline 32a

UTC
Dave Knight (Neustar) , Jake Zack (CIRA) , Keith Mitchell (DNS-OARC) , Shumon Huque (Salesforce)
Description

DNS-OARC is currently only running online workshops.

The inaugural OARConline will take place on June 9th (19:00 - 21:00 UTC).

DNS-OARC is a non-profit, membership organization that seeks to improve the security, stability, and understanding of the Internet's DNS infrastructure. Part of these aims are achieved through workshops.

DNS-OARC Workshops are open to OARC members and to all other parties interested in DNS operations and research.

Social Media hashtag: #OARC32a and #OARConline


WORKSHOP PATRONS 2020


PROMOTER

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Annual Workshop Patrons for 2020 are available. Details at:

https://www.dns-oarc.net/workshop/patronage-opportunities


OARC (online) 32a SPONSORS


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Members
Participants
  • Aaron Foley
  • Aaron Johnson
  • Abdulkareem Ali
  • Adam Phelps
  • Alejandro Acosta
  • Aleksandr Ilin
  • Alexander Dupuy
  • Alexander Mayrhofer
  • Allison Mankin
  • Alvin Hoh
  • Anand Buddhdev
  • Andreas Taudte
  • Andrej Bagon
  • Andres Pavez
  • Andrew McConachie
  • Andrey Blokhintsev
  • Ankit Gaur
  • Arno Meulenkamp
  • Arsh Arora
  • Arth Paulite
  • Babak Farrokhi
  • Barbara Schleckser
  • Benjamin Zwittnig
  • Benno Overeinder
  • Bill Snow
  • Bob Harold
  • Brad Verd
  • Brantly Millegan
  • Brian Conry
  • Brian Dickson
  • Brian King
  • Brian Somers
  • Brian Wojtczak
  • Bryan Hughes
  • Bryan Olynyk
  • Calvin Browne
  • Carl Clements
  • Carlos Ganan
  • Casey Deccio
  • Cathy Almond
  • Chris Russell
  • Christian Elmerot
  • Christian Petrasch
  • Cricket Liu
  • Cristian Rojas
  • Cynthia Revström
  • Dan York
  • Daniel Karrenberg
  • Daniel Mahoney
  • Daniel Piekacz
  • Daniel Salazar
  • Daniel Stirnimann
  • Danillo Roncoleta
  • Dave Knight
  • Dave Wilson
  • Davey Song
  • David Huberman
  • David Kinzel
  • David Lawrence
  • David Malone
  • David Marsolais
  • David Miller
  • Denesh Bhabuta
  • Dipa Thakkar
  • Dmitrii Kovalenko
  • dmitry (дмитро) kohmanyuk
  • Dmitry Burkov
  • Dragan Jovanovic
  • Duane Powers
  • Duane Wessels
  • E Filipov
  • Eddy Winstead
  • Eduardo Duarte
  • Eduardo Mercader
  • Edward Dore
  • Edward Lewis
  • Elmar K. Bins
  • Eric Ziegast
  • Erik Muller
  • Ernesto Perez
  • Felipe Barbosa
  • Fernando Bustamante
  • Frank Denis
  • Frank Louwers
  • Frederico Neves
  • Geoff Huston
  • George Michaelson
  • George Patterson
  • George Salisbury
  • Giovane Moura
  • Grace Tsao
  • Greg Choules
  • Guillaume-Jean Herbiet
  • Hanieh Bagheri
  • Hazel Smith
  • Herbert Faleiros
  • Hiro Hotta
  • Hoan Vu
  • Hugo Salgado
  • Isabelle Canty
  • Jack Biesiadecki
  • Jacques Latour
  • Jake Zack
  • James Richards
  • Jan Horak
  • Jan Včelák
  • Jannett Ibañez
  • Jarle Fredrik Greipsland
  • Jaromír Talíř
  • Javier Crespo
  • JEFF OSBORN
  • Jeff Westhead
  • Jeffrey Damick
  • Jen Coopersmith
  • Jerry Lundström
  • Jesse Blazina
  • Jessy Vetter
  • Jim Belton
  • Jim Pirzyk
  • Jim Reid
  • Joao Luis Silva Damas
  • Joe Abley
  • John Heidemann
  • John Kristoff
  • John Todd
  • John Woodworth
  • Jonas Andersson
  • Jonathan Avila
  • Jorge Cano
  • jose manuel de Arce
  • Josh Simpson
  • JOTHAN FRAKES
  • Junaid Choudhary
  • Jörg Backschues
  • Karl Reuss
  • Katsutoshi Ishisoko
  • Kazunori Fujiwara
  • kc claffy
  • Keith Mitchell
  • Ken Hansen
  • Ken Renard
  • Kevin Wright
  • Khaled Almanea
  • Klaus Darilion
  • Konstantin Novakovsky
  • Krzysztof Orfinger
  • Lars-Johan Liman
  • Leo Vegoda
  • Lior Shafir
  • Maarten Bosteels
  • Maarten Wullink
  • Manu Bretelle
  • Marc Groeneweg
  • Marcelo Gardini
  • Marco Díaz
  • marco schrieck
  • Mark Andrews
  • Mark Feldman
  • Mat Ford
  • Mats Dufberg
  • Matt Larson
  • Matthew Gray
  • Matthew Pounsett
  • Matthew Thomas
  • Matthias Pfeifer
  • Mauricio Oviedo
  • Mauricio Vergara Ereche
  • Md Mahedi Hasan
  • Melinda Shore
  • Merike Kaeo
  • Michael Braunoeder
  • Michael Geraghty
  • Michael Hausding
  • Mick Begley
  • Miguel Ignacio Estrada
  • Miles McCredie
  • Monika Ermert
  • Mox Musterfrau
  • Nathan Van Overloop
  • Naveen K Lakshman
  • Neal Smyth
  • Nico Cartron
  • Nicolas Antoniello
  • Ole Jacobsen
  • Olivier Benghozi
  • Olivier Caleff
  • Ondřej Surý
  • Oscar Robles
  • Otto Moerbeek
  • Pablo Carboni
  • Palash Barua
  • Patrick Jones
  • Paul Bernal
  • Paul Duffy
  • Paul Ebersman
  • Paul Hoffman
  • Paul M
  • Paul Mockapetris
  • Peter Davies
  • Peter Janssen
  • Peter Koch
  • Peter van Dijk
  • Petr Špaček
  • Philip Homburg
  • Pieter Lexis
  • Pion Alex
  • Prashanth Suvarna
  • Puneet Sood
  • Rabin Yasharzadehe
  • Ralf Weber
  • Ralph Dolmans
  • Ram Mohan
  • Ray Bellis
  • Rebecca Williams
  • Ricardo Meleschi
  • Robert Edmonds
  • Robert Martin-Legene
  • Robert Story
  • Rod Rasmussen
  • Roger Murray
  • Rubens Kuhl
  • Ryan Finnesey
  • Ryan Johnston
  • Saif AlMashhadi
  • Samaneh Tajalizadehkhoob
  • Samuel Weiler
  • Sara Dickinson
  • Scott Morizot
  • Sebastian Castro
  • Sergey Myasoedov
  • Serhii Slipennko
  • Shinoj Pittandavida
  • Shinta Sato
  • Shumon Huque
  • sid jones
  • Simon Stridsberg
  • Sivasubramanian Muthusamy
  • Slawomir Mateuszczyk
  • Stefan Ubbink
  • Stephen Morris
  • Steve DeJong
  • Steve Dickinson
  • Steve Sheng
  • Steven Edwin
  • Steven Parsons
  • Stéphane Bortzmeyer
  • Suhail Nepal
  • Susan Graves
  • Suzanne Goldlust
  • Suzanne Woolf
  • Swapneel Patnekar
  • Tamas Csillag
  • Tejas Karandikar
  • Thomas Dupas
  • Tim April
  • Tim Wicinski
  • Tommy Jensen
  • Tony Finch
  • Tri Nguyen Van
  • Ulrich Wisser
  • Valeriy Temnikov
  • Vicky Shrestha
  • Vincent Levigneron
  • Vittorio Bertola
  • Vladimír Čunát
  • warren finch
  • Warren Kumari
  • Wayne MacLaurin
  • Wes Hardaker
  • Willem Toorop
  • Yang Yu
  • Yazid AKANHO
  • Yorgos Thessalonikefs
  • Zarko Kecic
    • 19:00 19:05
      Welcome 5m
      Speaker: Mr Keith Mitchell (DNS-OARC)
    • 19:05 19:10
      DITL report 5m
      Speaker: Matthew Pounsett (DNS-OARC)
    • 19:10 19:35
      Intranet Redirect Detector or Pseudo Random Subdomain Attack? 25m

      DNS query traffic received by root name servers include a significant amount of queries for random, single-label strings. These first appeared in 2011 and are attributed to a function in the Chrome browser source code, whose purpose is to detect NXDOMAIN "hijacking."

      In this presentation we show how the volume of these probe queries from Chrome have grown over time and now comprises nearly 50% of root server query traffic. We further show how the query patterns have changed over time, and that these queries can expose domain search list processing by resolvers.

      Speaker: Duane Wessels (Verisign)
    • 19:35 19:55
      DNSSEC in ORG with a dash of COVID 20m

      The ORG top-level domain was originally signed in 2009, and the parameters and infrastructure used to make that happen remain today, 11 years later, largely unchanged. Since then new algorithms have been standardised and implemented, and new weaknesses found, most recently in SHA-1.

      We started scoping our plans to revisit these decisions at the beginning of this year, around the time that the COVID-19 epidemic was recognised as a pandemic and as the global implications of that designation started to become clear.

      We will provide some insight into how some quite expansive plans for change in the ORG zone became scaled back as a consequence of this new viral world order and describe the reduced scope of what we expect to achieve this year. We still expect there to be opportunities for research and to need to ensure operational awareness of what we are doing, but perhaps with less drama and a plotline that will extend into next year.

      Speaker: Ms Suzanne Woolf (PIR)
    • 19:55 20:10
      USC/ISI's DIINER DNS and naming testbed 15m

      USC/ISI has recently received a grant from the NSF to stand up a DNS test-bed in parallel to our b.root-servers.net infrastructure. We're happy to announce that our infrastructure is ready for early-adopter use. During this talk we'll describe the architecture, our vision for it, what you (as a researcher) will have available to you when running experiments and our plans for the future. We'll highlight an early test case of the infrastructure comparing the results of running both bind and knot in parallel to server the root zone.

      Speaker: Wes Hardaker (USC/ISI)
    • 20:10 20:35
      From lockdown and back: a DNS data story 25m

      Analyzing billions of DNS queries for the .nz ccTLD, we tell a story of fight against CoVid-19 including weeks of lockdown period, and how visible the changes in activity pattern were visible in the DNS

      Speaker: Mr Sebastian Castro (InternetNZ)
    • 20:35 21:00
      DNS stalking 2020 25m

      We look at recent observations of DNS replays as well as over time with names that include timestamps at the time of generation.

      Speaker: Geoff Huston (APNIC)
    • 21:00 22:00
      BYOD OARConline Social Event 1h

      Time to catch up with industry peers and colleagues. This will be a free-flow session and we will facilitate online breakout rooms if needed. Details will only be sent to those who attend the main Workshop prior to this.