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We are very happy to announce the 1.3.2 release of dnsdist. This release contains a few new features, but is mostly fixing bugs and documentation issues reported since the release of dnsdist 1.3.0. You might be wondering why this...
This week was my first IETF visit. Although I’ve been active in several IETF WGs for nearly twenty years, I had never bothered to show up in person. I now realize this was a very big mistake – I thoroughly enjoyed meeting an...
This is a major release containing significant speedups (both in throughput and latency), enhanced capabilities and a highly conformant and robust DNSSEC validation implementation that is ready for heavy production use. In...
Version 4.1 is a major upgrade for the Authoritative Server, delivering improvements and speedups developed and tested over the past 12 months. Many large scale deployments have already migrated to this release because even...
We are very pleased to announce the availability of dnsdist 1.2.0, bringing a lot of new features and fixes since 1.1.0.
This release also addresses two security issues of low severity, CVE-2016-7069 and CVE-2017-7557. The...
By Bert Hubert, Founder and CEO PowerDNS
DNS is an ancient protocol. Despite being invented in 1983, any software written at that time would still be compatible with the Domain Name System as it is used today.
During most of...