The goal of the DNSSEC-Tools project is to create a set of software tools, patches, applications, wrappers, extensions, and plugins that will help ease the deployment of DNSSEC related technologies.
News: 2.0 Released
A mozilla-based DNSSEC-enabled browser with DANE support - Added support for validation of SSL certificates using the DANE protocol.
The Owl Monitoring System uses timed DNS queries to monitor basic network functionality. The system consists of a manager host and a set of sensor hosts. The Owl sensors perform periodic DNS queries and report to the Owl manager the time taken for each query. Over time, this shows the responsiveness of the DNS infrastructure.
Added support for validation of SSL certificates using the DANE protocol.
A patch to support DNSSEC checks in Qt5 DNS lookups
Many new features have been added: - The validation tree now supports clicking on boxes to highlight it and the arrows that derive from it. Great for use when teaching about DNSSEC. - An extensive filter/effect editor now lets you tailor the look of a graph to color-code, set the alpha levels, etc of nodes based on their names, status, data types, etc. - Right clicking on a node lets you center the graph on that node. - More data types are collected and shown in the data view. - Support for arguments on the command line for parsing log files, pcap files and domain names. - The validation view has received a visual clean-up - Many other bug fixes
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The DNSSEC-Tools project is undertaking a study to determine how ready the world's is for deploying DNSSEC all the way to user applications. You can help!
Get Started With DNSSEC-Tools!
The DNSSEC-Tools DNSSEC software contains many helpful tools. Find the ones you need in order to get started by browsing the tutorial sections listed below:
Parts of this work was implemented by the following companies and organizations:
This work is funded in part by the following organizations: