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Verisign Labs Graduate Intern Program

Verisign labs graduate intern program

Verisign Labs is currently accepting applications for internships and selects about a dozen exceptionally qualified graduate students for our Reston, Virginia office to work closely with our research scientists and participate alongside them in our technical, business, and social programming.

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Multi-vantage point Domain Name System (DNS) Diagnostics and Measurement

The ability to measure network and server behaviors from different network vantage points is important for understanding the general health of a network ecosystem. The measurement and diagnostic tool, DNSViz, is designed to measure Domain Name System (DNS) deployments from different vantage points, available via command line or Web browser. Watch this webinar to learn about DNSViz and how it might be used to educate and inform your DNS experience.

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Verisign Distinguished Speakers Series

Tech Talks are presentations from invited guests about issues related to Internet technology.

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Verisign Labs Publications

Verisign Labs Publications

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Increasing the Strength of the Zone Signing Key for the Root Zone, Part II

A few months ago I published a blog post about Verisign’s plans to increase the strength of the Zone Signing Key (ZSK) for the root zone. I’m pleased to provide this update that we have started the process to pre-publish a 2048-bit ZSK in the root zone for the first time on Sept. 20. Following that, we will publish root zones with the larger key on Oct. 1, 2016.

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We Need You: Industry Collaboration to Improve Registration Data Services

For more than 30 years, the industry has used a service and protocol named WHOIS to access the data associated with domain name and internet address registration activities.

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Increasing the Strength of the Zone Signing Key for the Root Zone

One of the most interesting and important changes to the internet’s domain name system (DNS) has been the introduction of the DNS Security Extensions (DNSSEC). These protocol extensions are designed to provide origin authentication for DNS data. In other words, when DNS data is digitally signed using DNSSEC, authenticity can be validated and any modifications detected.

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