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DNSViz: A DNS visualization tool

opensuse.org

Updated: 2021-08-27 07:54:28 UTC (348 days ago) Update now
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DNSSEC Authentication Chain

RRset statusRRset status

Secure (6)
  • opensuse.org/A
  • opensuse.org/AAAA
  • opensuse.org/MX
  • opensuse.org/NS
  • opensuse.org/SOA
  • opensuse.org/TXT

DNSKEY/DS/NSEC statusDNSKEY/DS/NSEC status

Secure (9)
  • ./DNSKEY (alg 8, id 20326)
  • ./DNSKEY (alg 8, id 26838)
  • opensuse.org/DNSKEY (alg 13, id 51488)
  • opensuse.org/DS (alg 13, id 51488)
  • opensuse.org/DS (alg 13, id 51488)
  • org/DNSKEY (alg 8, id 26974)
  • org/DNSKEY (alg 8, id 39681)
  • org/DNSKEY (alg 8, id 63813)
  • org/DS (alg 8, id 26974)

Delegation statusDelegation status

Secure (2)
  • . to org
  • org to opensuse.org

NoticesNotices

Warnings (6)
  • opensuse.org/DS (alg 13, id 51488): DNSSEC specification prohibits signing with DS records that use digest algorithm 1 (SHA-1).
  • opensuse.org/DS (alg 13, id 51488): DNSSEC specification prohibits signing with DS records that use digest algorithm 1 (SHA-1).
  • opensuse.org/DS (alg 13, id 51488): DS records with digest type 1 (SHA-1) are ignored when DS records with digest type 2 (SHA-256) exist in the same RRset.
  • opensuse.org/DS (alg 13, id 51488): DS records with digest type 1 (SHA-1) are ignored when DS records with digest type 2 (SHA-256) exist in the same RRset.
  • opensuse.org/DS (alg 13, id 51488): In the spirit of RFC 4509, DS records with digest type 1 (SHA-1) might be ignored when DS records with digest type 4 (SHA-384) exist in the same RRset.
  • opensuse.org/DS (alg 13, id 51488): In the spirit of RFC 4509, DS records with digest type 1 (SHA-1) might be ignored when DS records with digest type 4 (SHA-384) exist in the same RRset.

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SEP bit setSEP bit set
Revoke bit setRevoke bit set
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