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The internet's DNS root zone is about to get more secure with the rollout of a 2048-bit zone signing key (ZSK), in place of today's 1024-bit RSA key. The change reflects a gradual increase in the digital security of this critical piece of internet infrastructure. With the recent introduction of DNSSEC, the 1024-bit ZSK now …

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