Enom DNSSEC Tool

In the 1990s, the engineers of the Internet Engineering Task Force (IETF), the organization responsible for DNS protocol standards, came up with the DNS Security Extensions (DNSSEC). Their goal was to make the Internet safer by making it possible for end users to know: 1) that the data they receive from a web site actually comes from that site, and 2) to know that the data hasn’t been modified in transit.

That seems like something we should have been doing all along, but implementation of DNSSEC has been slow. So, why isn’t everyone using DNSSEC?

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