NLnet Labs is a not-for-profit foundation with a long history in research and development, Internet architecture and governance, as well as stability and security in the area of DNS and inter-domain routing. This is only possible with the support of our community.
Our thanks go out to these organisations for letting us focus on what we do best: write awesome open-source software and do groundbreaking research.
We would like to pay special tribute to these organisations for their long-term and significant financial contribution.
|SIDN and NLnet Labs have established a long running partnership on technical cooperation. The first five-year agreement was established in 2012 and extended for another five years in 2017.|
|Infoblox generously sponsors the continued development of our open source DNS software.|
|Internetstiftelsen, also known as the Swedish Internet Foundation, supports the development of our DNS software, in particular OpenDNSSEC.|
|The Brazilian Network Information Centre – NIC.br has committed to offering RPKI services for their members in 2019. For this purpose, they help fund the development of the NLnet Labs RPKI toolset throughout 2020 and 2021.|
|To help make BGP routing more secure, the Comcast Innovation Fund sponsors the development of our RPKI toolset, including Krill, Routinator and RTRTR.|
These organisations have sponsored the development of open-source functionality in our products, making them available for entire community. Learn more about sponsored features.
|Sunet, the Swedish University Computer Network, sponsors several major features in our DNS resolver Unbound, in particular Response Policy Zones and PROXY protocol support.|
|Amazon Web Services has sponsored the implementation of RFC 8767, serving stale data to improve DNS resiliency, in our DNS resolver Unbound.|
|The Mozilla Open Source Support program has sponsored the development of DNS-over-HTTPS functionality in our DNS resolver Unbound.|
|Internet Society sponsors the development of TCP-AO and TLS support in our RPKI Relying Party software Routinator and the RPKI toolkit RTRTR, allowing secure RPKI-RTR communication to routers.|
|APNIC, the Regional Internet Registry for Asia Pacific, has sponsored the development of PKCS#11 support in Krill, our RPKI Certificate Authority. This allows the cryptographic material to be stored on a Hardware Security Module.|
These organisations graciously support us via GitHub Sponsors.