Software Review: djbdns
A few months ago, I discovered djbdns from an article on rootprompt. I spent some time studying the program and summed my toughts in this article:
In the recent years, other DNS programs have appeared. Most of these newcomers are targeted at big corporations that must manage thousands of zones. These programs often use a database backend. djbdns is different in that it is designed with security in mind. In this article I explain how I see the principles that are the foundation of djbdns and their implications.
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(Submitted by Guillaume Filion Mon Sep 22, 2003 )
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