Minimally Covering NSEC Records and DNSSEC On-line Signing
draft-weiler-dnsext-dnssec-online-signing-01

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Last updated 2005-05-12 (latest revision 2005-02-21)
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Abstract

This document describes how to construct DNSSEC NSEC resource records that cover a smaller range of names than called for by [-records]. By generating and signing these records on demand, authoritative name servers can effectively stop the disclosure of zone contents otherwise made possible by walking the chain of NSEC records in a signed zone.

Authors

Samuel Weiler (weiler@tislabs.com)
Johan Ihren (johani@autonomica.se)

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