BIND Memory Management Explained
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As part of ISC’s ongoing mission to keep the Internet open and accessible to all, we are happy to present another webinar on the status of encrypted DNS.
The Domain Name System (DNS) is one of the basic protocols of the Internet - almost no application can work without DNS name resolution. Unfortunately, the classic DNS protocol was never designed to protect end-user privacy.
After a few years of relative calm, the IETF has intensified its work on privacy in the DNS, and new DNS protocols have been standardized: DoT (DNS over TLS) and DoH (DNS over HTTPS).
With the initial euphoria about the prospect of encrypted DNS over, disillusionment has been spreading in the IT community - the first implementations of DoH in major web browsers cause concerns that privacy data will be collected centrally at US cloud providers, a step backwards for user privacy.
But the story is not over yet. New protagonists Apple and Microsoft have joined the fray with new and interesting ideas about DNS encryption.
Please join us for a FREE webinar on Wednesday, September 23 at 10 AM PDT/1 PM EDT/5 PM UTC. It will last approximately one hour, and will be recorded for later viewing.
In this talk we will:
Please click this link to register: https://us02web.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_ef5x6HtlQsqGs1T_7QZ6MA.
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