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Sunday, February 9 • 09:50 - 10:30
DNSSEC (not only) on workstations

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The support of DNSSEC in server software it pretty good, but there are still missing parts of DNSSEC support in client side software. Client side support is important, since some applications can benefit from DNSSEC validated DNS responses (such as SSH fingerprint validation or TLS/SSL certificates validation). The talk will be about the current situation in Fedora, used projects (unbound dnssec-trigger combination) and how it is all integrated with NetworkManager. We will reveal also future plans for better integration with NetworkManager and even better user experience.

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Tomas Hozza

Principal Software Engineer, Red Hat
Tomas is a Principal Software Engineer at Red Hat's Image Builder team, where he explores the mysteries of building OS images for various footprints. In his free time, Tomas likes to code in Python 3 and play with various IoT devices and sensors. When he's not sitting behind the computer... Read More →

Sunday February 9, 2014 09:50 - 10:30 CET
Lecture room D2

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