[Unbound-users] local-data in combination DNSSEC signed zones
paul at xelerance.com
Tue Oct 12 15:54:18 UTC 2010
On Tue, 12 Oct 2010, Marco Davids (SIDN) wrote:
> I conducted a small test with the cool 'local-data' feature of Unbound
> in combination with a signed zone. It seems to work, be it in an
> 'insecure' way for the 'local-data'.
> My intuition tells me I might be doing something unnatural here, off
> which I might not completely oversee the consequences.
> You get the picture; When 'local-data' is used, Unbound might return
> insecure answers, with no 'ad'-flag set, for a zone that is expected to
> be secure.
> I guess the way it works now is the best way to go
I don't know about that. unbound is basically serving verifiably false information
without a ServFail and CD bit. I'd say that's probably wrong, and that it should
not allow overriding dnssec data with non-dnssec data. But that's pretty
much a "protocol view" over a "real world view". Though with more and more validating
resolvers out there, and those moving to the endusers, that data will be less
usefull and will get rejected ultimately anyway.
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