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Re: TorDNS local DNS server for Tor windows users
yes, it most definitely should not accept external connections
good job wilson...
the simplest solution to the issue of dynamic ip's is to have a dynamic
dns service, i think, not certain, but i am pretty sure its possible to
tell it to use a named address (?) damn what a nasty piece of crap this
windows thing is.
On Mon, 05 Dec 2005 20:29:39 -0500, "Wilson" <cwilson352@xxxxxxxxx>
> Chris Palmer wrote:
> >Wilson writes:
> >>What I am going to do is correct the problem by coding TorDNS to
> >>listen on the actual ip address of your internet connection rather
> >>than local host.
> >You might consider having an option to make it only *accept* requests
> >from localhost, even if it actually *listens* on the public IP.
> There is two version os TorDNS, one that listens on locahost 127.0.0.1
> (WinXP) and
> one that listens on isp IP (win2000)..... im going to code that option
> in there later on.... taking
> a break :)
> C. Wilson
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