Episode 18

In this podcast, Matt and Cricket answer Leen Besselink’s question about the viability of Dan Kaminsky’s proposed use of a clever DNSCurve concept in DNSSEC, and Matt offers his high opinion of the Dutch people (surely risking retribution by his Swedish countrymen).  Then they turn to Josh Baverstock’s question about why the LOC record failed to catch on, despite its obvious utility to cruise missiles with stub resolvers.  Finally, in yet another of their “Why, back in my day…” sessions, they lament the loss of summer vacations that lasted through Labor Day.

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