[tor-dev] DNSSEC

Артур Истомин art.istom at yandex.ru
Mon Sep 1 17:19:42 UTC 2014

On Mon, Sep 01, 2014 at 04:33:34PM +0000, David Stainton wrote:
> Dear merc1984 at f-m.fm,
> Is DNSSEC is not evil? To me it seems like the 1984 of domain name systems...
> Please take a good look at the political implications of DNSSEC.
> I personally do not understand why this Tor Project spec includes mention of DNSSEC:
> https://gitweb.torproject.org/torspec.git/blob/HEAD:/proposals/219-expanded-dns.txt
> Can we use djb's DNSCurve instead of DNSSEC?
> Perhaps I misunderstand the situation and the difference between DNSCurve and DNSSEC.
> Perhaps "ZOMG someone is wrong on the Internet!" will spark someone else's interest in correcting me here
> in this discussion. I personally think that people mentioning DNSSEC on tor communications channels
> must either have an agenda to help the US government gain more control of the Internet... or they must be trolls.
> But maybe I am totally wrong about this. I'd be interested in hearing a correction if I am wrong... and
> does this mean the DJB is also wrong? =-)
> https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/DNSCurve

Yeah, he is troll or/and NSA's agent :)
He's already got the answer exactly the same as yours, from two people from
2. DNSSEC is suck, not security technology.

to merc1984 at f-m.fm,
is it act of sabotage? Stop it or I will come for you! ;)

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