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Fourth release candidate for dnsdist 1.5.0

Remi Gacogne on Jul 07, 2020

While we expected the third release candidate for dnsdist 1.5.0 to be the last one, a race condition that could lead to a crash was discovered by Tomas Krizek from CZ.NIC with the DNS Shotgun tool, leading to a n...

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Third release candidate for dnsdist 1.5.0

Remi Gacogne on Jun 18, 2020

We are very happy to announce the third release candidate of dnsdist 1.5.0. 1.5.0 contains several new exciting features and a few breaking changes since 1.4.0 that were detailed in the announcement of alpha1. If...

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Second release candidate for dnsdist 1.5.0

Remi Gacogne on May 13, 2020

We are very happy to announce the second release candidate of dnsdist 1.5.0. 1.5.0 contains several new exciting features and a few breaking changes since 1.4.0 that were detailed in the announcement of alpha1. I...

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First release candidate for dnsdist 1.5.0

Remi Gacogne on Apr 16, 2020

We are very happy to announce the first release candidate of dnsdist 1.5.0. 1.5.0 contains several new exciting features and a few breaking changes since 1.4.0 that were detailed in the announcement of alpha1. If...

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First alpha release of dnsdist 1.5.0

Remi Gacogne on Mar 20, 2020

We are very happy to announce the 1.5.0 alpha 1 release of dnsdist. This version contains several new exciting features detailed below, but also a few breaking changes so please take the time to read the next sec...

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BT starts DoH trial with DNSdist

Neil Cook on Mar 19, 2020

It is very likely that you heard and read a lot about the importance of DNS encryption in the last few months. Open-Xchange emphasizes the importance of DNS over HTTPS (DoH) and DNS over TLS (DoT), as well as the...

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DoH: (Anti-)Competitive and Network Neutrality aspects

Bert Hubert on Dec 03, 2019

Much has already been written on how moving to centralised DNS is bad for our privacy in 2019, and on that basis alone centralizing our DNS on a few large cloud providers seems like a bad idea. In this post, I wa...

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Encrypt your DNS traffic with DNSdist 1.4.0

Alexander ter Haar on Nov 27, 2019

Open-Xchange is excited to announce the release of a new version of its DNS loadbalancer DNSdist. DNSdist is a unique DNS proxy and load balancer that brings out the best possible performance in any DNS deploymen...

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dnsdist 1.4.0

Remi Gacogne on Nov 20, 2019

After five release candidates, we are thrilled to finally announce the release of dnsdist 1.4.0 ! This new major version has been used in production by several large operators since the first release candidate, i...

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dnsdist 1.4.0-rc5 released

Remi Gacogne on Oct 30, 2019

We are happy to announce the fifth release candidate of the 1.4.0 version of dnsdist. This release fixes a regression introduced in DNS over HTTPS handling in 1.4.0-rc4 that could lead to a crash under heavy load...

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