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Should I enable DNSSEC on my domain?

Updated Time:2024-01-24  Views:4583

DNSSEC helps protect your domain from cache poisoning and answer forgery. This is a crucial complement for your domain, as the current digital environment requires end-to-end protection for website owners, and successful DNS attacks can severely damage brand reputation. DNS resolution occurs before users interact with website applications. If DNS is intercepted by attackers, users attempting to visit a website may interact with a deceptive website, not the intended one. The high-performance caching architecture of this protocol makes it challenging to quickly correct poisoned records.

Therefore, even if a website is equipped with a robust firewall, without sufficient protection through DNSSEC in the DNS architecture, end-user data and security are at risk.

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