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Ask Slashdot: Which Registrars Support DNSSEC? 70 70

baerm writes "With GoDaddy being purchased by private equity firms (i.e. it will be sucked dry with service reduction and price increases until it dies) what other Registrars support DNSSEC? GoDaddy is the only registrar I could find that supports DNSSEC for registrees running their own DNS. It was fairly easy to add the Key Signing Keys' DS records to the parent zone using its DNS config. I did find a couple other registrars that were 'testing' DNSSEC or that would support DNSSEC if they ran your DNS. But I couldn't find any other registrars where you could just register, run your own DNS, and use DNSSEC (i.e. with your DS record in your parent zone). That being said, I was only able to research a small percentage of the registrars out there. Does anyone know of registrars, other than GoDaddy, that allow for DNSSEC? That is, registrars that have a method to pass the DS records to the parent zones for their registeree's domains?"
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