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Re: where is the DNSSEC root key?

On 10/04/2012 09:10 PM, Chris Knadle wrote:

> Last I looked into this [which has admittedly been a while], Bind 9 was the 
> only DNS server that had actually implemented DNSSEC, and the others I looked 
> at (PowerDNS, djbdns, tinydns) had stated (IIRC) that they were /not/ going to 
> be implementing it.

The powerguys have an implementation, although what I've heard so far it still
has some issues...

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