Why do you need DNSSEC?
Lawrence E. Hughes
Founder and CTO, InfoWeapons
Some people complain that everyone must use DNSSEC before it is useful. Clearly this is not true. As long as critical sites -- ones which a pharming attack could present a serious problem -- use DNSSEC, that is a big win.
When Will IPv4 Addresses Run Out?
Various studies and articles have been published in recent years with estimates concerning the exhaustion of IPv4. While no one can predict the exhaustion date of IPv4 with certainty, we all know it is inevitable. It is no longer a question of "if," but rather of "when." Various mathematical calculations, along with discussions on how different variables affect the exhaustion date are used to approach this complex challenge.
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Shattering Myths About DNSSEC Deployment
" To properly configure DNSSEC on BIND directly without the aid of an appliance requires very rare and expensive expertise in cryptography, digital signatures and key management. No such expertise is required for a SolidDNS™ appliance administrator."
- Lawrence Hughes, InfoWeapons Chairman & CTO
City of Hurst, Texas, USA
Reliable DNS Services for Local Governments and Networks
" Since moving from SimpleDNS, our network reliability has increased dramatically. SolidDNS™ has not only proven to be very reliable, but has also, due to its simple web interface, given us visibility of our DNS records in a way that we did not have before."
- Sunny Patel, Assistant IS Manager at the City of Hurst
Making the Right Switch
Infocom gets more value from an appliance-based DNS Solution
" The SolidDNS™ solution from InfoWeapons allowed us to modernize, secure, simplify and organize DNS service for our network, and opened up new revenue opportunities as well."
-Infocom Technologies, Inc.