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Wed, 04 Jan 2017 11:22:54 -0500
Just learned there is a theorem that protecting against zone enumeration
requires some sort of "online" crypto, assuming you need authentication
or osmething. Ask if you want me to try to find a reference.
It came up in a talk on NSEC5 which requires sharing the secret key for
a verifiable random function (VRF) with the name server, but not the
Not sure any of this stuff would be relevant for GNS type schemes.
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