DNSSEC will eventually generate Identical Key ID's
dot at dotat.at
Mon Sep 10 11:32:54 UTC 2018
Mark Elkins <mje at posix.co.za> wrote:
> Never assume a KeyID is unique. :-)
Good tools ensure that key IDs are unique per zone. For example, if you
keep generating keys for a zone with `dnssec-keygen` it will eventually
get into an infinite loop perpetually generating colliding keys!
Apart from the footgun that Anand described, the reason for keeping key
IDs unique per zone is so that a validator can quickly skip keys that
can't possibly match an RRSIG or DS record.
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