Let's play Spoof

Dvorak Uncensored » Owning The Keys To The Internet
The DNS Security Extensions Protocol, or DNSSec, is designed to end spoofing by allowing the instantaneous authentication of DNS information — effectively creating a series of digital keys for the system.

One lingering question — largely academic until now — has been who should hold the key for the so-called DNS Root Zone, the part of the system that sits above the so-called Top Level Domains, like .com and .org. Several experts have suggested that possessing the Root Zone Key would make the U.S. government the only entity that could “spoof” DNS addresses.