After configuring a domain name for DNSSEC, it is important to check that it working as expected.
Checking the DNSSEC status of a domain name is an easy process, by using the whatsmydns.net domain name DNSSEC checker tool you can quickly and easily see its DNSSEC status.
DNS Security Extensions (DNSSEC) is a new security protocol which was made to overcome some of the shortcomings of the original DNS specification.
When DNS was first introduced, it was not really designed in a way which allowed for good security with all the features of the modern internet. DNSSEC is an extension on top of DNS which is designed to help with this.
In a nutshell, DNSSEC signs all responses at every layer of the DNS lookup process. This includes communication between the root nameservers, TLD nameservers, authoritative nameservers as well as recursive resolvers.
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Most domain names are able to have their DNSSEC status checked, however in some cases it may be unable to be confirmed.
Some examples: google.com, wikipedia.org, apple.com, youtube.com, amazon.com