Welcome, this is my experiment, I no longer consider it a work in progress but I still think that my GitHub would probably be more interesting.
Read more...As of today (2016-04-04) my domain finally supports DNSSEC. It was much simpler than I thought it would be. It seems namecheap now officially allows you to publish DS records in the parent zone of your domain (limited only to TLDs which support it). This is one of the last things that I wanted to set up on my server.
Read more...I spend a lot of time in ##c hoping to provide useful information to people wishing to learn and understand C and almost every day I see malloc and realloc code which appears to be straight from a horror movie. I’ve had to say what I say in this post repeatedly to many people so I’ve decided that it’s time to write it once and simply give people a link every time I wish to explain why such code is incorrect.
Read more...So after transferring my domain from transip.eu to namecheap.com for WHOIS privacy I realised that suddenly the Google public DNS servers were no longer able to resolve my domain. Very quickly, I realised that quite a few things seemed to rely on the Google public DNS services (and DNSSEC supporting resolvers). Fun ensued.