dnss 0.0~git20161126.0.162090e-1 source package in Ubuntu


dnss (0.0~git20161126.0.162090e-1) unstable; urgency=medium

  * Initial release (Closes: #846159)

 -- Alberto Bertogli (debian) <email address hidden>  Wed, 30 Nov 2016 22:47:45 +0000

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Debian Go Packaging Team on 2016-12-05
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dnss: Daemon for encapsulating DNS over HTTPS

 dnss is a daemon for encapsulating DNS over HTTPS.
 It can act as a DNS-to-HTTPS proxy, using https://dns.google.com as a server
 or anything implementing the same API.
 It can also act as an HTTPS-to-DNS proxy, implementing the same HTTP API; you
 can use this instead of https://dns.google.com if you want more control over
 the servers and the final DNS server used (for example if you are in an
 isolated environment, such as a test lab or a private network).

dnss-dbgsym: debug symbols for package dnss

 dnss is a daemon for encapsulating DNS over more secure protocols, like HTTPS
 or GRPC.
 In HTTPS mode, it can act as a DNS-over-HTTPS proxy, using
 https://dns.google.com (or any other with the same API) as a server.
 For GRPC, it can act as a proxy that listens to DNS requests and pass them on
 to a server using GRPC, and also as a GRPC server which resolves the queries
 using a normal, fixed DNS server.