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DNScache
Added 2001-10-22
by Daniel J. Bernstein, djb@pobox.com
DNScache is a collection of Domain Name System tools. Security is one of the primary motivations for the development of dnscache; every step of the design and implementation has been carefully evaluated from a security perspective. The dnscache package has been structured to minimize the complexity of security-critical code. The package is modularized for easy review. Bug-prone coding practices and libraries have been systematically identified and rejected. It is possible to use the package as a secure alternative to BIND.

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