[Dnssec-trigger] dnssec-trigger release 0.6
wouter at NLnetLabs.nl
Fri Oct 21 14:27:54 UTC 2011
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On 10/21/2011 04:22 PM, Paul Wouters wrote:
> On Fri, 21 Oct 2011, W.C.A. Wijngaards wrote:
>> Dnssec Trigger 0.6 is release, get it at our new webpage:
>> * detect transparent proxies and avoid them.
>> * Fix insecure mode after dnstcp443 has been probed.
>> * Fix race condition between system and dnssec-trigger where briefly
>> the DHCP insecure response was dominant. On OSX and Windows a system
>> preference (like from the control panel) is created. On Linux chattr
>> immutable, on BSD chflag immutable. On exit, it enters 127.0.0.1 even if
>> in insecure mode, so that a later reboot will be secure. The override is
>> removed on uninstall.
>> * windows package work, tested Vista.
>> * the dnssec-trigger-panel (gtk2 without libappindicator) works on
>> the XFCE desktop.
>> * libappindicator support, for Ubuntu Unity desktop GUI. Just
>> install libappindicator-dev and build and a Unity GUI tray icon is
>> * can build outside of sourcedir.
>> * Manpage fixes
>> * Add @ to echo in Makefile.
>> * print error on control unknown command, and exit status 1.
> Can we get an option to specify the port 80/443 fallback server? :)
in dnssec-trigger.conf adds more entries. Just add more of these lines
to enable more servers. The nlnetlabs server is there as a start (you
can remove the lines with .42 in them to disable if you do not want to
send queries to nlnetlabs).
> Or perhaps we can start a project where create a web of these things for
> (with list distribution in DNS just to give us another challange :)
Yes more servers can be useful if the project grows in deployment.
Right now the server has a very low rate - only a few people test.
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