Easier handling of records with automated DNSSEC provisioning
DNSSEC is currently enabled for almost half of the .se zone, and slightly less than that for .nu. To reach the other half of the “market”, DNSSEC needs to be more accessible. That is why we now add a new and easier method of updating records.
The Swedish Internet Foundation provides Postgraduate Research scholarship
The Swedish Internet Foundation and DNS-Labs will provide a Postgraduate Research scholarship at Karlstad University to research DNS. This initiative is an unique opportunity to collaborate with one of the leading scientific and educational institutions in Sweden.
Solving the decade-old problem with Multi-Signer DNSSEC
The Swedish Internet Foundation has for the last couple of months been working together with Shumon Huque of Salesforce, and the Internet pioneer Steve Crocker. Together they are solving the problem with multi-signer DNSSEC.
The Swedish Internet Foundation offers a unique DNS class at KTH
The third round of the class covering the internet’s domain name system, DNS, at the Royal Institute of Technology, KTH, started in January 2021. The class is a cooperation between KTH and the Swedish Internet Foundation.
Working towards a safer internet
The objective of DNS-Labs is to make the internet more secure and robust.
Knowledge and cooperation
DNS-Labs is an active part of worldwide DNS communities, to share knowledge and learn from others.