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    • Secure Naming Infrastructure Pilot (SNIP) A .gov Community Pilot for DNSSEC Deployment JointTechs Workshop July 18, 2007 Scott Rose NIST [email_address]
    • SNIP Goals
      • DNSSEC is now a FISMA Requirement.
        • NIST SP-800-53-r1 (Dec 2006) “ Recommended Security Controls for Federal Information Systems ” mandates the incremental deployment of DNSSEC technologies in Moderate and High Impact IT systems.
          • Moderate Impact – must sign zones.
          • High Impact – must be prepared to validate signatures.
      • Need to facilitate technology insertion and adoption.
        • Standards, implementations and policies don’t guarantee success.
        • Need for technical community resources and activities to foster early deployments, refine policies and plans, share information and expertise.
    • SNIP Basics
      • SNIP will build a USG DNS Ops community and shared pilot
        • Provide “distributed training ground” for .gov operators deploying DNSSEC
        • Ability to pilot agency specific scenarios either locally or in SNIP-provided resources.
        • Create a community resource for DNS admins in the USG to share knowledge and to refine specifications, policies and plans.
      • SNIP basis is a signed shadow zone under .gov (dnsops.gov)
        • Will offer delegations and secure chaining to subzones
          • example – NIST would participate as nist.dnsops.gov
        • May offer limited hosting service as well
          • Goal isn't to be a hosting service, but help bootstrap others to host their own zones.
    • SNIP as a Testbed
      • Use SNIP tree to exercise DNSSEC operations
        • Test deployment DNSSEC scenarios.
          • Multi-vendor platforms for authoritative / caching servers, resolvers.
          • Zone structure / contents / distribution.
        • Test DNSSEC operations described in SP800-81
          • Zone signing, key rollovers, zone transfers.
        • Test DNSSEC administration tools (From NIST, Sparta and Shinkuro)
        • Test performance – in agency specific scenarios.
      • Community hands-on participation
        • Agency DNS operators can participate in NIST/SPARTA led exercise.
        • Results will be published for community
    • What SNIP is Not
      • Mandatory
      • Permanent
        • Expected lifetime: 2-3 years
        • The community tools and email lists will remain after the testbed activities conclude..
      • 100% Uptime
        • This is a experimental testbed in which we will conduct disruptive experiments, load/stress test servers, etc.
    • Levels of Participation
      • Delegation only
        • Participants use own testbed systems and perform all administration associated with setup / experimentation.
      • Remote administration
        • Participants use SNIP testbed equipment, but perform all administration.
      • Hosted experiments
        • NIST/SPARTA set up mirror of agency specific infrastructure, but using SNIP equipment and administration, for specific experiment.
        • For limited use in investigating specific deployment / technology issues.
    • The Big Picture – DNSSEC in .gov Internet2 DNSSEC Pilot dnsops.gov. dhs.dnsops.gov. nist.dnsops.gov. antd.nist.dnsops.gov. fda.dnsops.gov. esnet.doe.dnsops.gov. zoneedit ag1.dnsops.gov. ag2.dnsops.gov. dns-outsource.com SNIP Core Infrastructure DREN DNSSEC Pilot
    • Testbed Technical Details
      • Multiple authoritative server implementations
      • Internet2 connection (IPv6 testing)
      • May have alternate hosting capabilities (multiple servers)
        • secondaries in other locations?
      • Ability to host other zones (or servers) for delegations lacking equipment to participate fully.
        • Zone data can be real (servers), or anonymized
      • Will maintain and publish trust anchor for dnsops.gov. tree
    • SNIP Infrastructure Resources
      • Primary Site – NIST / Gaithersburg MD.
        • Authoritative dnsops.gov. DNS servers
      • Secondary Site – Sparta / Columbia MD
        • Geographic and network dispersion (sort of)
        • Zone transfers using TSIG for message authentication
      • Reconfigurable Emulated wide area topology.
        • 20+ node Emulab being deployed at NIST.
    • Additional NIST Resources
      • Other SNIP infrastructure
        • Web server and mail host for mailing lists
        • Test and measurement systems
      • Signing Infrastructure – dnsops.gov. apex.
        • Done behind firewall
        • Private keys not stored on servers
        • Scheduled resigning done every month
          • Also after updates as necessary
    • Emulab Network Signing system SNIP Secondary Auth Server Internet /UUNet SNIP Topology NIST Network Internet2 /MAX Test and Measurement Systems SNIP Primary Auth Server
    • SNIP Operational Overview
      • Will use procedures outlined in SP800-81
        • 1024 bit RSA ZSK
          • Rolled over every month
        • 2048 bit RSA KSK
          • Rolled over during experimentation
          • published as pilot trust anchor
      • ZSK rollover every 30 days
        • KSK on a less formal basis (experiment in trust anchor rollover)
      • Using NSEC initially, may experiment signing with NSEC3
    • DNS Administrator Resources
      • Will remain active after SNIP zone shuts down
      • Project Website
        • Links to guides, tools, and performance stats
      • Mailing list
        • Useful for announcements and security bulletins
      • Revision of NIST SP800-81
        • using knowledge gained during SNIP operational lifetime
        • More examples of different server implementations
        • Information on how to interact with parent zones (GSA)
    • SNIP Impact
      • Stepping stone for operational use
        • USG DNS operators get experience running delegation under dnsops.gov before deploying in own agency
      • Tool testing
        • Tech transfer / training on existing tool suites (NIST, SPARTA, Shinkuro, ISC, et al).
      • Platform Testing
        • Multi-vendor environment
          • Servers - ISC/BIND, NSD, Microsoft, Nominum(?) and more surprises
          • Resolvers – Linux, BSD, Microsoft, OS X
          • Applications – TBD.
      • Procedure Testing
        • Refinement of procedure/policy guidance and reporting requirements
    • Participation
      • Will try to accommodate all
        • Non USG entities: dnsops.biz
          • May try to get a presence in other TLD’s a well
        • Don’t want a delegation?
          • How about a DNAME?
        • Tool developers
          • Can run locally or have delegation/secondary/etc as necessary.
    • Resources
      • NIST Special Publications page
        • http://www.csrc.nist.gov/
      • DNSSEC Project Page
        • http://www.dnsops.gov
        • http://www-x.antd.nist.gov/dnssec
      • DNSSEC-Deployment Web page
        • Informal working group
        • http://www.dnssec-deployment.org/
        • http://www.dnssec-deployment.org/news/dnssecthismonth/