We have a new bugfix release version 1.2.1 of getdns.
This release includes bugfixes, robustness and stability improvements only. For a more detailed description of all changes see the ChangeLog section below.
The version of Stubby included with this release has been updated to 0.1.5.
ChangeLog entries up from the version of Stubby included in the previous release (0.1.3) are included the Stubby ChangeLog section below.
* 2017-11-11: Version 1.2.1 * Stubby v0.1.5 included * Handle more I/O error cases. Also, when an I/O error does occur, never stop listening (with servers), and never exit (when running the built-in event loop). * Bugfix: Tolerate unsigned and unused RRsets in the authority section. Fixes DNSSEC with BIND upstream. * Bugfix: DNSSEC validation without support records * Bugfix: Validation of full recursive DNSKEY lookups * Bugfix: Retry to validate full recursion BOGUS replies with zero configuration DNSSEC only when DNSSEC was actually requested * Bugfix #348: Fix a linking issue in stubby when libbsd is present Thanks Remi Gacogne * More robust scheduling; Eliminating a segfault with long running applications. * Miscellaneous Windows portability fixes from Jim Hague. * Fix Makefile dependencies for parallel install. Thanks ilovezfs
* 2017-11-03: Version 0.1.5 * Add Windows installer package. Installer available at dnsprivacy.org * Fix to systemd file names (thanks ArchangeGabriel) * Add SPKI for Uncensored DNS (thanks woopstar) * Fix installation of stubby.yml file (thanks ArchangeGabriel) * Fix detection of platform for standalone build * Fix location of pid file installation * Update the stubby.yml file to contain details of all available servers. Only a small subset are enabled by default. * 2017-10-20: Version 0.1.4 * '-i' option of stubby no longer tries to bind to the listen addresses so it can be run without requiring root privileges. Makes it easier to validate the configuration file syntax. * Fix incorrect IP addresses for some servers in the config file. Add note that IPv6 addresses ending in :: are not supported (must use ::0). Also add example of using a specific port in a listen address. * Fixes for Windows support