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+ - Finally, DNSSEC comes closer to masses->

Submitted by sandman4
sandman4 (2669239) writes "DNSSEC deployment proceeds extremely slow, and while most important TLDs are already signed, one had to run an own DNS server to enable DNSSEC on his domain, as it was hard to find a DNSSEC-capable DNS hosting.

Now, as https://www.net-me.net/ announces it's free DNSSEC Dynamic DNS accounts, everyone may have his DNS secured with DNSSEC."

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