The community contribution award for DNSSEC and its Potential for DDoS Attacks by Roland van Rijswijk
The Community Contribution Award of the 2014 ACM Internet Measurement Conference (IMC 2014) has been received by Roland van Rijswijk (PhD student at DACS and SURFNet). IMC is the leading network measurement conference worldwide, and this year took place in Vancouver, Canada. The Community Contribution Award is awarded for Rolands paper “DNSSEC and its Potential for DDoS Attacks - A Comprehensive Measurement Study”. The award recognizes the importance of the DNS dataset that he has collected as part of his research, and which is made public to the community.
Rolands paper can be found here: http://conferences2.sigcomm.org/imc/2014/papers/p449.pdf
The dataset can be found here: https://traces.simpleweb.org