What is DNSSEC?

DNSSEC (Domain Name System Security Extensions) is a security key system that ensures that the website where the user is directed is actually the address that was entered into the web browser. For example, DNSSEC ensures that when entering a web address of an Internet bank, the user will not be redirected to a page with a similar look that is set up for fraud to steal data and passwords.

What is DNSSEC? from RIA on Vimeo.

To ensure the security of your online visitors, you can protect your website with the DNSSEC security keys.

The publication of the video was supported by the European Union Structural Funds programme "Raising Public Awareness about the Information Society". The production of the video was ordered by the Estonian Infomation System Authority.