COVID-19 – Problems for signed Internet DNS root zones

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Big troubles for the signed Internet DNS root zone to the DNS root servers.

For just over 10 years now, every three months, a diverse group of “Trusted Community Representatives” [1] get together in one of two data centres in the USA and follow an agreed script to sign a batch of Key Signing Requests (KSRs) provided by Verisign that, once returned with the proper signatures at the end of the process, will enable Verisign to publish the signed Internet DNS root zone to the DNS root servers for the Internet.

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Here the link.

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