DNSSEC – is it available again?

Hello Mark,

Will answer part of your question with regards to KeNIC allowing registrars
update DS records. Yes they do allow and it’s pretty straight forward too.
This can be done on registrar interface provided by KeNIC.

Attached is an example of one of my domains signed.
Hope this answers part of your question.

On Wed, 6 Mar 2019 at 18:28, Mark Elkins via kictanet <
kictanet@lists.kictanet.or.ke> wrote:

> Hi,
> Just did a search on DNSSEC in this group and get nothing.
> I see that co.ke (and ke!) is DNSSEC signed. That\’s Very Good.
> Does KeNIC accept DS records for entries in CO.KE?
> Do any Registrars have that in their interface?
> A search of \”dnssec\” on the KeNIC website shows nothing (I tried both case)
> www.kenic.or.ke/index.php/en/search-results?ordering=newest&searchword=DNSSEC
> Lastly – Are non-Kenyan based organisations allowed to be Registrars yet?
> The Application form (
> www.kenic.or.ke/images/PDF/Registrar%20Application%20Form%20Updated.pdf)
> doesn\’t state you have to be in Kenya – though it asks for a \”KRA Pin
> Certificate\” – and I\’ve no clue what that it.
> I have a few co.ke domains and would love to add DNSSEC to them. My
> systems allow for that (talks EPP) and I have about 100 DNSSEC signed
> domains, mainly in ZA but also in other ccTLDs and GTLDs.
> —
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