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DNS is a critical component of the Internet. It maps domain names to IP addresses and serves as a distributed database for various other applications, including mail, Web, and spam filtering. This paper examines DNS zones in the Internet for diversity, adoption rates of new technologies, and prevalence of configuration issues. To gather data, we sweep 60% of the Internet's domains in June -August 2007 for zone transfers. 6.6% of them allow us to transfer their complete information.doi:10.1109/tnet.2011.2130537 fatcat:7xtvaly2njfvtb4ttmovrb2u3q