DNSSEC explained: Why you might want to implement it on your domain

The Domain Name System Security Extensions provide cryptographic authentication to prevent redirection to rogue websites, but owners of many domains have yet to adopt it.

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York thinks we won't see DNSSEC adoption explode like we did with TLS and especially HTTPS after Google and other large tech companies put their power behind it and made it default and mandatory for different services and applications. It's more likely that it will be slower growth, as more ISPs begin to understand the value of using it to check things and it gets added and turned on in more and more tools, devices and applications.

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