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Title : Notes from the State-Of-The-Technology: DNSSEC
Author(s) : E. Lewis
Filename : draft-lewis-state-of-dnssec-01.txt
Pages : 9
Date : 23-Mar-01
A meeting of groups involved in the development of the DNS Security
Extensions (DNSSEC) was held in conjunction with the 49th IETF. The
discussion covered the extent of current efforts, a discussion of what
questions are being asked of DNSSEC, and what is needed by the IETF to
progress the definition to the Draft Standard level. In short, this
was a DNSSEC status meeting.
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