Just 2 hours ago Yecheng Fu released dnscrypt-wrapper 0.1.15. It brings a lot of fixes and performance improvements. I upgraded at 17:08 CET. I see it’s running fine, but contact me if you encounter any issues. I suspect silence as usual.
As you may know, I’m running Unbound as our underlying resolving DNS server and that makes it my vested interest to contribute to that project. With the latest version, unbound 1.5.0 brings a ton of changes, including our own patch to “add msg, rrset, infra and key cache sizes to stats command”. It adds cache size statistics which … Continued
UPDATE (21-OCT-2014 04:06 CEST, 02:06 UTC): The certificate has now been renewed and services restarted in less than 1 minute. Restart your clients or let them wait up to 1 hour to pick up the change. In case of issues write to email@example.com or tweet at @dnscryptpl Current DNSCrypt Poland certificate expires on 22-OCT-2014. I … Continued
We’ve had an unplanned 4,5h outage from 9 am to 13.30 pm CEST due to a funding issue. Sorry for that, it’s back up! [twitter message] Again, I encourage everyone to follow on @dnscryptpl on twitter to hear about service announcements and also post issues informally.
If you are running DNSCrypt infrastructure and using Yecheng Fu’s dnscrypt-wrapper then this means that at some point you generated a certificate, which is valid for 365 days. If the expiry date is coming soon, you need to regenerate it. In order to do it as easy for the users you need to: retain the provider key pair is … Continued
In the webserver logs I’ve only seen a few counts of shellshock attempts, and they mostly were just the pings. DNSCrypt Poland servers have been patched yesterday.
When in October 2013 I setup the DNSCrypt server so that I could make my home router use it, I only planned it for myself. It wasn’t long till I was making contact with some good people in the DNS community. One of them was Simon Clausen, who is running a very similar, public service … Continued