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ICANN DNS Symposium 2021 - 27 May 2021 - Shared screen with speaker view
Steven Kim
37:32
Hello, and welcome to ICANN DNS Symposium. My name is Steve Kim and I will be monitoring this chat room and the Q&A pod along with my colleague, Kinga Kowalcyzk.Please note that questions or comments will only be read aloud if submitted within the Q&A pod.If you have any questions or comments, please use the Q&A button on the bottom strip of your Zoom client. Or raise your hand and we will be happy to enable your microphone so you can interact directly at the end of the presentation.
Steven Kim
42:06
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Steven Kim
01:05:36
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Jothan Frakes
01:15:43
I think there is a problem with the audio - it is randomly soft and loud
John Crain
01:16:13
Yes we think it’s a transit issue looking into it
John Crain
01:16:54
Yes we think it’s a transit issue looking into it
Steve Conte
01:17:51
Good opportunity to turn on the live transcript on the bottom strip if you haven’t already.. seems to be catching much (not all) of the quieter parts :)
John Crain
01:18:37
If you are having sound issues this is a good opportunity to turn on the live transcript on the bottom strip if you haven’t already.. seems to be catching much
John Crain
01:18:49
Of the text
Steven Kim
01:22:24
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Steven Kim
01:39:34
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Steven Kim
02:32:35
Welcome back. If you have any questions or comments, please use the Q&A button on the bottom strip of your Zoom client. Or raise your hand and we will be happy to enable your microphone so you can interact directly at the end of the presentation.We’ll have the presentations up on our IDS archives after the sessions.. icann.org/ids and then the archive link from there.Please note that chat sessions are being archived and follow the ICANN Expected Standards of Behavior. http://www.icann.org/en/news/in-focus/accountability/expected-standards.
Brett Carr
02:46:25
+1 for Notion I use this everyday for tracking all kinds of things
Steven Kim
02:57:45
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Peter van Dijk
03:04:52
I wonder if it's a lack of randomness - ECDSA signatures, depending on implementation, need some random input. But I'm sure Secure64 will find out.
Suzanne Woolf
03:09:41
Solid talk and thanks again from PIR to Howard and the team — very easy to work with, as always.
Suzanne Woolf
03:09:58
Solid talk and thanks again from PIR to Howard and the team — very easy to work with, as always.
Steven Kim
03:13:23
We’ll have the presentations up on our IDS archives after the sessions.. icann.org/ids and then the archive link from there.
Howard Eland
03:13:29
Thanks Suzanne! Appreciated all of your sage advice as well!
Steven Kim
03:22:00
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Peter Thomassen
03:25:34
The current dev branch of dnspython also supports ZONEMD.
Peter Thomassen
03:25:51
The current dev branch of dnspython also supports ZONEMD.
Hugo Salgado
03:27:33
Parsing and validation?
Hugo Salgado
03:27:43
Parsing and validation?
Benno Overeinder
03:28:08
zonemd implementation will be released in Unbound 1.14.0, in June.
Benno Overeinder
03:28:23
zonemd implementation will be released in Unbound 1.14.0, in June.
Howard Eland
03:29:12
Slide did not advance for me
Steven Kim
03:29:24
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Steve Conte
03:29:40
@Howard, you’re not on slide 14 (RZERC)?
Howard Eland
03:29:58
oh, it just went from 13 to 15 :-)
Howard Eland
03:30:06
All good now
Steve Conte
03:30:38
cool
Peter Thomassen
03:30:38
Hugo, yes: dnspython 2.2.0 (dev) can handle ZONEMD records (like any other), and the zone class also has a method "verify_digest"
Hugo Salgado
03:31:03
Peter: great! Thanks.
Howard Eland
03:32:56
I like the idea of introducing the record as unknown for a short period of time first, then move to ZONEMD RR format.
Hugo Salgado
03:35:22
In .CL TLD we already have a private way to control data integrity in zone files for internal distribution reasons, and we are planning to switch to ZONEMD this year.
Peter Thomassen
03:36:09
Hugo, what mechanism are you using?
Hugo Salgado
03:38:42
We dump the zones after transfer in all secondaries, compute a hash and then compare. With zonemd and support inside the authoritative software we will be confident before zone loading (or serving).
Steven Kim
03:41:54
Registration Operations Workshop (ROW) - June 8 13:00 UTChttps://regiops.netICANN 71 (Policy Forum) - 14-17 Junehttps://www.icann.org
Steven Kim
03:43:19
We’ll have the presentations up on our IDS archives after the sessions.. icann.org/ids and then the archive link from there.
Benno Overeinder
03:44:06
We will include zonemd also in NSD (in combination with CreDNS).