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Deploy360 26 December 2014

Fun Intro to DNSSEC Video From the Norid Team

Dan York
By Dan YorkDirector, Online Content

As part of the signing of .NO with DNSSEC, the Norid team came out with a clever video explaining how DNSSEC works. Now, it’s all in Norwegian so I personally can’t understand any of the words… but  you get the idea and the animation is well-done.  Kudos to the Norid team for creating the video:

If you’d like an English video explanation of DNSSEC, you can check out this one from the folks at Shinkuro a few years back:

And if you’d like to get started with DNSSEC yourself, please head on over to our Start Here page to find resources to help you begin!

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