Unbound Server Dyamic Port Hopping

Tom Samplonius tom at samplonius.org
Tue Jan 28 01:21:45 UTC 2020

  I don’t get it.  What is the point of establishing a connection on port 53, and to request the use of a different port?  How does that improve privacy?  It seems like the main premise of the paper is that obfuscation is privacy, so making the exchange more complex make it more private.  I think the premise is wrong, so the described implementation has no purpose.

  And then emailing the same thing three times, one with a PDF, one with an image scan of the PDF, and one with plain text, goes far beyond reasonable mailing list activity.

  But if you want to go implement some port hopping thing, download the source and get started.  You don’t need any permission to do that.  Unbound has no “workaround” that can be used.

> On Jan 27, 2020, at 6:07 AM, Sheikh Muhammed Ayub via Unbound-users <unbound-users at lists.nlnetlabs.nl> wrote:
> Hi,
> I am currently working on an article of smart collaborative distribution in which I have to implement dynamic port hopping for unbound dns,
> It will be highly appreciated if some relevant workaround is provided to achieve my goal. Article attached for reference.
> Regards,
> Ayub
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