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PowerDNS DNSdist 1.9.6 released

Remi Gacogne on Jul 16, 2024

We released PowerDNS DNSdist 1.9.6 today, fixing minor bugs:

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More PQC in PowerDNS: A DNSSEC Field Study

Peter van Dijk on Jul 15, 2024

Two years ago, we had our first guest blog post, about FALCON-512 in PowerDNS. We are happy to now present a followup guest post on Post-Quantum Cryptography in DNSSEC.

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PowerDNS Recursor 5.1.0 Released

Otto Moerbeek on Jul 10, 2024

We are proud to announce the release of PowerDNS Recursor 5.1.0!

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PowerDNS Recursor 4.9.7 and 5.0.7 Released

Otto Moerbeek on Jul 03, 2024

Today we have released PowerDNS Recursor 4.9.7 and 5.0.7. These releases are maintenance releases that fix a few bugs. The most important ones are:

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End of life announcement: Debian 10, EL7

Peter van Dijk on Jun 28, 2024

At the end of June 2024, both Debian 10 and Red Hat Enterprise Linux 7 (and, with it, CentOS 7) will reach the end of their Security Support (or in the Debian case, Long Term Support).

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PowerDNS Recursor 5.1.0-rc1 Released

Otto Moerbeek on Jun 25, 2024

We are proud to announce the first release candidate of PowerDNS Recursor 5.1.0!

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PowerDNS DNSdist 1.9.5 released

Remi Gacogne on Jun 20, 2024

We released PowerDNS DNSdist 1.9.5 today, fixing minor bugs:

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PowerDNS Recursor 5.1.0-beta1 Released

Otto Moerbeek on Jun 06, 2024

We are proud to announce the first beta release of PowerDNS Recursor 5.1.0!

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PowerDNS Recursor 5.0.6 Released

Otto Moerbeek on Jun 05, 2024

Today we have released PowerDNS Recursor 5.0.6. This release is a maintenance release. The most important change is that the Recursor will warn if the Linux parameter vm.max_map_count is set too low to accommodat...

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PowerDNS Authoritative Server 4.9.1

Peter van Dijk on May 28, 2024

This is release 4.9.1 of the Authoritative Server. It contains a collection of small fixes. A detailed list of changes can be found in the changelog.

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