Redwood City, CA – August 10, 2009 – ISC, Afilias and Neustar Bring Secure DNS One Step Closer
In an enlightened example of cooperation among competitors to improve online security, Internet Systems Consortium (ISC) today announced that Afilias and Neustar, Inc. are working with ISC to support ISC’s DNSSEC Look-aside Validation (DLV) registry by providing secondary DNS service for the DLV zone.
Frankfurt - June 4, 2009 - DE-CIX Supports Deployment of F-root Servers in Frankfurt. ISC has operated the "F" root domain server, one of the 13 Internet root name servers known as A-root through M-root, since 1994.
46 of the world’s root domain servers are F-roots, operated by ISC. If you are perplexed that 46 (the number of F-root servers) is greater than 13 (the number of root name servers), it is important to know that the "anycast" scheme is used to make the 46 servers collectively behave as 1 server.
Redwood City, CA – April 22, 2009 – Internet Systems Consortium (ISC), with the support of industry leading sponsors, today reveals plans for BIND 10, the next leap forward in DNS server software. Japan Registry Services Co., Ltd. (JPRS) and Canadian Internet Registration Authority (CIRA) are patron sponsors of the multi-year effort committing both financial support and development resources.
Redwood City, CA and Mumbai -- Tata Communications, a leading provider of a new world of communications and Internet Systems Consortium, Inc. (ISC), a non-profit public benefit corporation, announced today that the companies will partner to provide best-in-class Domain Name System (DNS) Hosting Services for both enterprise and service provider customers. DNS provides critical functionality for the Internet.
Redwood City, CA - Internet Systems Consortium (ISC) released several fixes for BIND9 in response to the United States Computer Emergency Readiness Team (US-CERT) Vulnerability notice number 800113 regarding a DNS Cache Poisoning Issue. The basis for the vulnerability is inherent in the DNS protocol and not a flaw specific to BIND9, the leading s oftware implementation of the DNS protocol written and distributed by ISC.
Redwood City, CA - Internet Systems Consortium, Inc., a leader in Internet infrastructure software, has released version 9.5 of BIND, its industry standard Domain Name System (DNS) software. With over 18 months of development and testing, BIND 9.5 provides several internal processing improvements and feature additions, including an optional XML-based statistics channel and interoperability with Active Directory. BIND 9.5 is available for download today from Internet Systems Consortium, Inc. (ISC) at http://www.isc.org/download.
ISC and Infoblox Offer BIND 8 Transition Strategies
SANTA CLARA, CA
Infoblox Inc., and ISC today announced availability of several resources to assist enterprise IT departments in the transition from BIND 8 end-oflifed (EOLed) on Aug. 27, 2007 to new, more advanced BIND 9 DNS implementations.