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I was in Philadelphia for the 38th DNS-OARC Workshop.

As part of the new “DNS Talk Series” that OARC is experimenting with, I was invited to give a talk on DANE. DANE is a protocol that enables the use by applications of DNSSEC to store and verify cryptographic keying material in the DNS.

While at OARC, I also recruited Viktor Dukhovni to help out, by sharing some of his DANE measurements at the tail end of the talk.

Full slide deck.