Crypto failure Issues
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Mon Jul 27 20:57:32 UTC 2015
Stewart, Larry C Sr CTR DISA JITC (US) <larry.c.stewart.ctr at mail.mil> wrote:
> Thank you that was the trick. What impact does that have on crypto
> operations used by BIND?
GOST is the Russian equivalent of NIST. They publish cryptography
standards, amongst other things. There are RFCs describing how to
use GOST crypto with TLS, DNSSEC, etc.
You might need working GOST crypto if you are working closely with
Russian government agencies. In other circumstances you can probably
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