Instructions for thieves who want to steal my Porsche 914.
via https://www.theregister.com/2022/06/30/software_freedom_conservancy_quits_github/ I find https://github.com/about in which I learn Github has 83M users and hosts 200M repositories.
I adore this bit in the "total obfuscation" mail of the mailing list:
If I try running dig command on my secondary I have the follow result
(A.A.A.A is a fake address)
dig @localhost www.foo.bar +short
That's the same message in which OP obfuscates SOA serial numbers. 😂
"DNSSEC in .CH grew by ~45k newly signed domains today, might cross a million much sooner than I expected! It seems that @dogado signed ~43k domains with the remaining ~2k added by http://infomaniak.ch who have been adding around 1k DANE domains per day over the last few days."
#DNSSEC zone verification prevents bogus zones from getting out into the wild. We have just merged our CreDNS functionality as a bump-in-the-wire solution into NSD. Coming soon in a release! #DNS https://github.com/NLnetLabs/nsd/pull/192
This is excellent! I wrote about a prior version in https://jpmens.net/2012/04/19/dnssexy-a-dnssec-proxy/ Very glad this is now merged with NSD.
My own toot is now filtered. Serves me right. ;)
I then clicked out of curiosity and saw a DNSSEC post by Dan. Huh? Why filtered?
Hehe: he used “wordle” in the text
OpenBSD folklore and share/misc/airport https://www.cambus.net/openbsd-folklore-and-share-misc-airport/
Small-scale fiddler, enjoys doing & teaching. Wrote a thick book on FLOSS DNS servers. Dreamed up @OwnTracks over MQTT. Ansible with NOCOWS=1. Loves plain text. I (re-)toot in several languages. https://jpmens.net
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