On Sat, Sep 7, 2013 at 6:50 PM, John Gilmore <g...@toad.com> wrote:
> PS: My long-standing domain registrar (enom.com) STILL doesn't support
> DNSSEC records -- which is why toad.com doesn't have DNSSEC
> protection.  Can anybody recommend a good, cheap, reliable domain
> registrar who DOES update their software to support standards from ten
> years ago?

PIR (the .org registry) has a field in their registrar list indicating
if the registrar supports DNSSEC:

If you exclude all the name.com and Go Daddy shell registrars, you
still have more than 30 to choose from.  I would be shocked if they
didn't all offer .com in addition to .org.

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