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DNSSEC-Tools Component
Bloodhound
This describes Bloodhound, which in the End User Tools category within the DNSSEC-Tools Components framework of tools.
Tool Name: Bloodhound
Tool Type: End User Tools
Manual: Manual

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CLI: Help

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Tutorial: Tutorial

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How To: How To

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Download: Bloodhound

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This is a patch to apply to the mozilla/FireFox code that enables DNSSEC checking of DNS lookups done within FireFox. A new preference screen is included that allows the user to disable DNSSEC validation at runtime.

DNSSEC Validation is done using the libval library and conforms to the policies defined in the dnsval.conf file.

Download Bloodhound!

About Bloodhound

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Bloodhound is a re-branded version of the Mozilla Firefox browser that supports local DNSSEC validation and the DANE protocol. For more information about Bloodhound see this page

DNSSEC-Status Plugin

This plugin shows the user how many DNS lookups were done in order to display the current page. It summarizes the lookups based on whether they were validated, trusted because of policy or failed due to DNSSEC validation errors.

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