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Moving DNS for mstdn.social from to desec.io for so wont be able to poison our DNS anymore

Or any other country or whatever, that's the point :blobcatgiggle:

@stux I don't have the technical knowledge to understand exactly what this is, but I have a feeling we should all say "thank you."

@Karen5Lund @stux DNSSEC applies public key cryptography to DNS to ensure DNS can't be spoofed. Think PGP for DNS; it's like that.

@Karen5Lund@mastodon.social @stux@mstdn.social Think of DNSSEC as a way to make sure that the phone book resolving a name to a phone number has not been tampered with. Without it, someone could have modified your request for the phone number of a name.

@privateger @stux Thanks. That's kind of what I thought, but as I wrote I'm not knowledgeable about such things.

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Has your domain been effected by poisoning before? Or just being proactive?

@stux desec.io is fancy. I'm already reaching their limit of 15 Domains.

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