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DNS-CT Certification
The DNS-CT certification is valid for two years. Learn more about the DNS-CT Certification by downloading the Candidate Handbook.. DNS-CT Courses and Workshops. AADNS offers 10 courses with exams that must be completed for DNS-CT certification.
The DNS CERT Record Type Explained
One industry in particular that benefits from DNS CERT records for secure email is the healthcare industry. The healthcare industry handles millions of pieces of sensitive patient information every day. Organizations in this industry benefit from DNS CERT records that allow them to send patient information via secure email.
List of DNS record types - Wikipedia
TLSA certificate association A record for DANE. RFC 6698 defines "The TLSA DNS resource record is used to associate a TLS server certificate or public key with the domain name where the record is found, thus forming a 'TLSA certificate association'".
CERT Lookup
About CERT Lookup. CERT Lookup will list CERT DNS records for a domain, CERT record is defined so that such certificates and related certificate revocation lists can be stored in the Domain Name System (DNS).
CERT-Records (Certificate / CRL) - Simple DNS Plus
Certificate or CRL: Base 64 encoded. To create a new CERT-record, right-click a zone in the left list in the DNS Records window, and select "Other new record" from the pop-up menu. This record type is defined in RFC4398.
CERT Lookup - MxToolbox
ABOUT CERT LOOKUP. This test will list CERT DNS records for a domain. The DNS lookup is done directly against the domain's authoritative name server, so changes to DNS Records should show up instantly. A CERT resource record is defined so that such certificates and related certificate revocation lists can be stored in the Domain Name System (DNS).
DNS Certification Authority Authorization - Wikipedia
DNS Certification Authority Authorization (CAA) is an Internet security policy mechanism which allows domain name holders to indicate to certificate authorities whether they are authorized to issue digital certificates for a particular domain name. It does this by means of a new "CAA" Domain Name System (DNS) resource record.