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OARC Day 2 — waiting for the morning session to begin

OARC 26 Day 2

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Links to the recorded webcast are at the end of this posting.

Madrid got even warmer on this day.. not only the weather, the content in being presented in the room too — 18 presentations!

The morning plenary session focused on DNSSEC — Root zone KSK rollover update, Who’s Asking?, NSEC5: Updated specification and implementation results, What DNS Admins Should Know About Post-Quantum Cryptography, and Faking EDNS Key Tag.

The attendees then enjoyed a 30-minute networking coffee break after which the late-morning plenary session focused on Data Analysis — How do we analyze over O(100B) DNS requests daily, dnstap: Use Cases and Performance Analysis, and DNS Traffic Sampling in dnscap.

The afternoon’s first plenary session had a Security and Privacy focus — Zone Poisoning: The How and Where of Non-Secure DNS Dynamic Updates, Survey of DNS abuse types from a TLD point of view, The Dark Side of the DNS, dnsprivacy.net — A project to support deployment of DNS-over-TLS services, and The Importance of Being an Earnest stub.

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Refreshments during the breaks

The final plenary session after the mid-afternoon break had a broader remit with a mix of lightning talks. Lightning Presentations included DNS Not Over UDP/TCP, mid-2017 Update, DNS-over-QUIC, ECS Support Detection and Birthday Attack Hardening, ANAME: Address-specific DNS Name Redirection, and ending the afternoon with dnsdist: two years later.

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The OARC staff in Madrid [L to R: Sue (Memberships), Jerry (Developer), Denesh (Events), Keith (President), and the OARC 26 Mascot Wild Bill “Pedro” Sotomayor standing in for William (Systems)]

As a recap, the webcast recording for the day is at:

OARC 26 Day 2

Domain Name System Operations Analysis and Research Center

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