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The goal of the DNSSEC-Tools project is to create a set of software tools, patches, applications, wrappers, extensions, and plugins that will help ease the deployment of DNSSEC related technologies.
News: 2.1 Released
- donuts: - Added the ability to summarize information about a zone in the output, such as the upcoming entire zone expiry time, etc - Added the ability to query live zones for records to analyze. EG: donuts live:good-a,badsign-a test.dnssec-tools.org - Added a -V switch to dump records analyzed - libval: - Add support for conditionally checking all RRSIGs on an assertion even if one that validates is already found. - Look for zonecuts based on NS records, not SOA - Added initial support for TSIG in order to enable libval to query recursive name servers that authorized recursive lookup for only those hosts that used a particular TSIG key. - Validator.pm - Store respondent name server information in result structure. - Owl - additional sensor modules - additional data analysis on manager - logging to the Owl sensors modules - optimized sensor data organization (requires software upgrades on both sensor and manager at the same time) - added -restart option to owl-sensord for restarting sensor modules - improvements to the installation guide - rollerd - generalized zonegroup entry in rollecs to be lists of tags - rndc option support added - dnssec-check - Ported to Qt5 - dnssec-nodes - Ported to Qt5 - lookup - Ported to Qt5 - dnssec-system-tray - Ported to Qt5
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- Fixed bugs in libval, rollerd, blinkenlights, Owl sensor modules, and Owl manager - Use rlimits to try and limit file descriptor use in libsres so we don't run out of available sockets. - Eliminate a few hardcoded paths in various perl modules - Fix various compiler warnings - Update autoconf and related files
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Get Started With DNSSEC-Tools!
The DNSSEC-Tools DNSSEC software contains many helpful tools. Find the ones you need in order to get started by browsing the tutorial sections listed below:
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