Update: Nameserver-transition is currently finished, new DNSSEC-records are set and active. KSK and ZSK were replaced by CSK.
In the ongoing process to update hard- and software we’re moving our main domain cacert.org to another master-nameserver-machine (with different nameserver-software) within our rack …
As we’re using DNSSEC to secure our domains, we need to update KSK and ZSK-keys for our domains during this progress, too.
Therefore you may face some DNSSEC-errors or issues in resolving cacert.org-domains within the next days, but this should resolve itself within some hours/days.
As soon as the transition of the nameserver-move is finished, I’ll update this post.
Todo: Give ns1.cacert.org the “old” nameserver-address again (after next hardware-change onsite) so secondary-nameserver ns3.cacert.org can get back to work. ns3 is currently not listed at our registrar, so not active for CAcert-Domains.