DNSSEC to become a default delivery for Norwegian domain names

DNSSEC is a security mechanism which is added to the domain name system to make it possible to ensure that the answers to a domain name inquiry come from the right source and have not been altered on the way. The intention is among other things to prevent fraud.

Norway is among the best in the world when it comes implementing this technology. Almost six out of ten Norwegian domain names are now secured with DNSSEC, and this shows that the technology has become part of the standard delivery here. The high usage in Norway gives a good foundation to build a brand new security functionality.

We have taken a close look at the material, and looked into how the numbers divide themselves among the registrars, and which important and frequently used Norwegian web pages that still have not been secured.

Read the whole article here (In Norwegian only)

Last updated 22 December 2016