Working with a domain registered with GoDaddy and also DNS at GoDaddy. The customer is having a website built by another provider which will also handle hosting.
I need to make all traffic from that domain registered with go daddy go to the hosting of the other provider.
DNS will also stay at go daddy as the cutomer has Office 365 exchange setup in the go daddy DNS.
They have the premium DNS package with vanity nameservers and they have DNSSEC enabled so can someone help me understand why DNSSEC helps with security?
Also they have the option for a secondary DNS server but it says you can't use secondary DNS when DNSSEC is enabled? Whay would that be? Is it a system thing or a go daddy thing? Are there other providers where you can have both?
Do they really need DNSSEC? This will be a website for a small local buisness.
There are many DNS vulnerabilities (esp in Bind and adding with more open recursive DNS resolver exposed in web), an attacker can easily hijack DNS session. The purpose of the attack is to take control
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