Major internet outage in Russia

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Several mobile operators and internet service providers in central Russia reported service disruptions on Jan. 30. Many websites and applications were inaccessible in the .ru and .рф domains.

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Russia’s Ministry of Digital Development confirmed the issues with website access and assured the public that the problem had been rectified.

DNSSEC is a tool for ensuring the authenticity of responses from a DNS (domain name system) server, aimed at protecting against IP address spoofing. It helps safeguard users from fraud and protects websites from various types of cyberattacks and traffic hijacking.

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