News and updates

NSD 4.1.9 released

Tue, 15 Mar 2016
Fix crash on upgrade to 4.1.8 in nsd.db read.
NSD project page. Direct Download.

NSD 4.1.8 released

Thu, 10 Mar 2016
Fix segv in zone transfer, nanosecond file timestamps and other fixes.
NSD project page. Direct Download.

NSD 3.2.21 released

Thu, 10 Mar 2016
Fix segv in zone transfer. Note that 3.2.x has end-of-support.
NSD project page. Direct Download.

Unbound 1.5.8 released

Wed, 02 Mar 2016
Bug fixes, fix unbound-control-setup lines, fix GOST-hash failures, block .onion leakage.
Unbound website. Direct Download. Changes.

getdns 0.9 released

Thu, 31 Dec 2015
Special New Year's Eve release of getdns. This release brings the implementation on par with the December 2015 version of the specification.
Announcement. Direct Download. API specification.

NSD 3.2.20 released

Thu, 10 Dec 2015
Formerr ratelimits, expired zones are fully fetched, other fixes. Note that 3.2.x has the end-of-support announced.
NSD project page. Direct Download.

Unbound 1.5.7 released

Thu, 10 Dec 2015
Fix a validation failure, newly added qname minimisation option, and other fixes.
Unbound website. Direct Download. Changes.

DNSSEC trigger 0.13 for OS X 10.11 released

Thu, 8 Dec 2015
Update and correct install on Mac OS X 10.11 (El Capitan) systems.
DNSSEC trigger project page. Direct Download.

CDAR Root Stability Study commissioned by ICANN

Thu, 3 Dec 2015
NLnet Labs, SIDN and TNO have been commissioned by ICANN to examine the impact of the new gTLD programme on the root server system.
Press release.

Net::DNS::SEC 1.01 released

Mon, 3 Aug 2015
Crypto funcs for Net::DNS 1.01 DNSSEC RR's
Net::DNS::SEC 2.01 release announcement. Project website. Direct Download. Changes.

Net::DNS 1.01 released

Mon, 6 Jul 2015
First major release, DNSSEC RR's integrated
Net::DNS 2.01 release announcement. Project website. Direct Download. Changes.

NLnet Labs Annual Report 2014

Wed, 30 June 2015
We are happy to present NLnet Labs Annual report 2014. In it we present an overview of Labs' various activities and describe their impact.
Annual Report 2014 (PDF).

BGP Route Leaks Analysis

Fri, 6 Mar 2015
A route leak is a violation of the policies between the networks involved. In this project, we obtain routing information from differecent sources and make inferences to detect possible route leaks. These potential route leaks have been further investigated on their duration, the type of violation, and the type and origin of network that caused the leak-detection.
MSc. report (PDF).

Akkerhuis selected for DNS Root Zone KSK design team

Thu, 5 Feb 2015
Jaap Akkerhuis from NLnet Labs has been selected for the DNS Root Zone KSK rollover plan design team.
ICANN Announcements.

BGP Evolution Analysis

Thu, 31 Jul 2014
The Internet has been growing rapidly for many years. A logical consequence of the growth trend is the increase in effort to discover reachability and routing information of all the networks. The project investigates the different components which together form the actual update message signal and tries to find a reason behind the growth factor.
MSc. report (PDF).

Measuring the Deployment of DNSSEC over the Internet

Thu, 2 Jul 2014
The deployment of DNSSEC is measured with the RIPE Atlas infrastructure. The results provide new insight on the distribution of DNSSEC support among resolvers, and notably show that around 90% of resolvers are DNSSEC-aware, and about 30% validate answers.
MSc. report (PDF).

Open Data Analysis to Retrieve Sensitive Information Regarding National-Centric Critical Infrastructures

Mon, 3 Feb 2014
Open Data repositories store a variety of information from country governments and private sectors. A concern is that with publishing data, sensitive information can be obtained by visual analytic techniques. The report shows that it is possible to retrieve precise locations where critical infrastructures overlap.
MSc. report (PDF).

Wed Sep 25 2013

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