Domain Contact Information (WHOIS) over DNS
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Network Working Group                                       J. Bambenek
Internet Draft                                               ThreatSTOP
Intended status: Standards Track                              R. Porter
Expires: December 30, 2019                           Palo Alto Networks
                                                          June 30, 2019

                Domain Contact Information (WHOIS) over DNS
             draft-bambenek-porter-dnsop-whois-over-dns-01.txt

Abstract

   Domain contact information over DNS provides a vehicle for
   exchanging contact information in a programmatic and reliable
   manner. DNS has a ubiquitous presence within the internet
   infrastructure and will act as a reliable publication method for
   contact information exchange. This RFC provides an agreed upon
   structure, voluntarily, to publish points of contact for domains.

   This document outlines the methodology for utilizing DNS TXT records
   for voluntary publication of various forms of contact. The intended
   purpose is to provide a faster means of reliable contact for
   professionals, cyber-defense of domains.

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Table of Contents

   1. Introduction...................................................3
      1.1. Rationale for Using DNS...................................3
      1.2. Rationale to Publish or Not Public WHOIS over DNS
      Information....................................................4
   2. Conventions used in this document..............................4
   3. Administrative Contact Information.............................4
      3.1. Administrative Contact Name...............................5
      3.2. Administrative Contact Phone Number.......................5
      3.3. Administrative Contact E-mail Address.....................5
      3.4. Administrative Contact Address............................5
   4. Technical Contact Information..................................6
      4.1. Technical Contact Name....................................6
      4.2. Technical Contact Phone Number............................6
      4.3. Technical Contact E-mail Address..........................6
      4.4. Technical Contact Address.................................7
   5. Network Contact Information....................................7
      5.1. Network Contact Name......................................7
      5.2. Network Contact Phone Number..............................7
      5.3. Network Contact E-mail Address............................7
      5.4. Network Contact Address...................................8
   6. Security / Abuse Contact Information...........................8
      6.1. Security / Abuse Contact Name.............................8
      6.2. Security / Abuse Contact Phone Number.....................8
      6.3. Security / Abuse Contact E-mail Address...................9
      6.4. Security / Abuse Contact Address..........................9
   7. All-in-One Option..............................................9
      7.1. "All" Contact Name........................................9
      7.2. "All" Contact Phone Number...............................10
      7.3. "All" Contact E-mail Address.............................10
      7.4. "All" Contact Address....................................10
   8. Security Considerations.......................................10
   9. IANA Considerations...........................................11
   10. References...................................................11

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