Fully support in Plesk for DNSSEC
We’re happy to announce that this feature is now available in Plesk Onyx, which was released recently for early adopters. You can try Plesk Onyx here: https://www.plesk.com/onyx/
If you have any feedback on the implementation of this feature, please let us know on the forum: https://talk.plesk.com/forums/plesk-onyx.744/
Should be free
Add support for Windows
The feature should not be a paid addon. Also this should be adjustable per rate OR general - a selection possibility would be great.
Levi S. commented
Seriously?! This will be PAID? I've heard of this before. Terrible!
Will this be PAID? Terrible. Cloudflare has this in FREE plan
It should be for free and not as an paid option
Could you also provide DANE Support? https://plesk.uservoice.com/forums/184549-feature-suggestions/suggestions/10333803-supporting-tlsa-record-for-dane
Daka Media KG commented
Glenn van Es commented
Also worth noting is that SIDN, the registry for .nl gives an discount for domains with DNSSEC.
Implementing DNSSEC could save us serious money. Besides that, competitors are already offering DNSSEC, which gives us an disadvantage.
still not implemented? my god guys... i think all other control panels already support it!
anyway i won't need support since i got tired of waiting for an update and made my own scripts for it.
just install the tools, create the zone once, and then have some bash scripts run from a monthly cron. got dnssec/dane/tlsa all working :)
in germany DENIC has already full DANE/DNSSEC Support since 2 years, all big providers start to implement DANE since 1 year so for german customers/hosters is this already a reason to choose a hoster.
I placed in my comment: that 3th party asking money for the DNSSEC, But to be honest this should be a part of the Plesk CP!
We waiting already for a long time for this Plesk DNSSEC integration :-))
So we can wait a longer time.....
Plesk doesn't ask money for DNSSEC at all. However a 3rd party obviously has full right to request a reward for their work.
You may choose to pay them and get DNSSEC now (and save some money on your end), or you can wait for Plesk to deliver the function
I don't understand that Plesk is asking money for the DNSSEC (3th party). As you see that DirectAdmin integrated this al more then a year ago! Also with the DNSSEC is Plesk (again) behind the facts.....
See also the reaction on a topic from more then a year ago.....
Simple integrate DNSSEC in the Plesk CP and make no drama out of this.
could you help us to understand your preference regarding to OS platform to support DNSSec? Just answer one question in the survey:
Michiel Klaver commented
Adding DNSSEC would make Plesk the most secure solution to host your websites.
Alpha Computer and Web Services commented
People with DS Records problem runnning the Admin-Ahead DNSSEC Extension, or just trying to get your DS records working. Remember, the DS Records need to be emailed or livehelped to your domain registrar " The place where you registered your domain name." If Enom or Opensrs contact them and they'll add your DS records, or contact whoever you registered your domain name with and email their support.
Just had someone come in my live help and ask me why he couldn't get DS Records working when running DNSSEC Testers. So, just getting the word out if no one else responded on how to deal with the DS Records.
- Lee Claxton Sarasota FL
Alpha Computer and Web Services commented
I just got the Admin-Ahead DNSSEC Extension and it works great, I finally got DNSSEC to work with my secondary nameservers. But when I run tests says it works for some tests sites, others says I need to add the DNSKEY Records.... Looking into that now...
Endre Ottem commented
We are considering moving from cPanel due to the lack of DNSSEC support. We have thousands of domain names, and would save a lot if we could offer DNSSEC. Also, we have several banks among our clients, and they require this to be added quickly. Too bad both cPanel and Parallels has chosen to ignore the importance of DNSSEC. :-(
Yes, we can see your point - people want a discount from SIDN for DNSSEC and it doesn't matter whether DNSSEC is good or bad. Particularly you will be ok with significantly larger load on your servers (DNSSEC has impact on performance).
From what I learned the discount is like 5-8% and domain registration is relatively cheap. So if I am getting it right - we talk about very little money per customer/site a year. 1-2 EUR a year of savings per customer. Correct?
Then I assume most of people voting for DNSSEC would be running 100+ sites, maybe 1000+ sites. Would it be correct assumption in your case?
Speaking of extensions - did you (or anyone) try DNSSEC extension for Plesk which is available for a while already https://ext.plesk.com/packages/5ac562b8-eeff-4349-b327-f76cd0961eb0-aast-dnssec ? It is only $5 a server.