Working with DNSSEC
Learn about the criteria for adding Domain Name System Security Extensions (DNSSEC) to the domain name extensions registered in your account with us.
In the Domain Manager, you can enable Domain Name Security Extensions (DNSSEC), which add a layer of security to your domain names by attaching digital signatures to their Domain Name System (DNS) information.
Domain Name System Security Extensions (DNSSEC) add digital signatures to a domain name’s DNS (Domain Name System) to determine the authenticity of the source domain name
Learn why everyone isn’t using DNSSEC yet.
Learn why your website isn’t resolving after you enabled DNSSEC.
Learn where to get more information about DNSSEC.
Learn which types of websites can benefit the most from DNSSEC.
Learn why DNSSEC (Domain Name System Security Extension) key rollovers are important and how often they should occur.
Learn about the DNSSEC chain of trust, which is a verified electronic signature, or handshake, at each DNS lookup node.
Learn about Delegation of Signing (DS) records.