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I-D ACTION:draft-srose-dnsext-dnssec-roadmap-01.txt

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	Title		: DNS Security Document Roadmap
	Author(s)	: S. Rose
	Filename	: draft-srose-dnsext-dnssec-roadmap-01.txt
	Pages		: 10
	Date		: 14-Aug-00
DNS Security (DNSSEC)technology is comprised of
extensions to the Domain Name System (DNS) protocol that
provide data integrity and authentication to security
aware resolvers and applications through the use of
cryptographic digital signatures.  Several documents
exist to describe these extensions and the implementation
specific details regarding specific digital signing
schemes.  The interrelationship between these different
documents is discussed here.  A brief overview of what to
find in which document and author guidelines for what to
include in new DNS Security documents, or revisions to
existing documents, is described

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