DNSSEC and its potential for DDoS attacks: a comprehensive measurement study

@article{RijswijkDeij2014DNSSECAI,
  title={DNSSEC and its potential for DDoS attacks: a comprehensive measurement study},
  author={R. V. Rijswijk-Deij and A. Sperotto and A. Pras},
  journal={Proceedings of the 2014 Conference on Internet Measurement Conference},
  year={2014}
}
Over the past five years we have witnessed the introduction of DNSSEC, a security extension to the DNS that relies on digital signatures. DNSSEC strengthens DNS by preventing attacks such as cache poisoning. However, a common argument against the deployment of DNSSEC is its potential for abuse in Distributed Denial of Service (DDoS) attacks, in particular reflection and amplification attacks. DNS responses for a DNSSEC-signed domain are typically larger than those for an unsigned domain, thus… Expand
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