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BIND 9.6.1-P1
BIND is open-source software for Linux that implements the Domain Name System (DNS) protocols for the Internet.
Size: 6.3 MB - Software License: BSD License
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PowerDNS 2.9.22
PowerDNS is an advanced, high-performance DNS server available for many platforms. It is free software licensed under the GPL version 2.
Size: 3.2 MB - Software License: GPL v2
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NSD 3.2.3
NSD is an authoritative only, high performance, simple and open source name server for Linux.
Size: 835 KB - Software License: BSD License
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djbdns 1.05
djbdns is a very secure DNS server. It was written by the author because of perceived deficiencies in the security of the BIND server.
Size: 84 KB - Software License: Public domain
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MaraDNS 1.4.01
MaraDNS is a software package that implements the Domain Name Service (DNS). The server is small, secure, and easy to use.
Size: 958 KB - Software License: BSD License
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rbldnsd 0.996b
rbldnsd is a small and fast DNS daemon which is especially made to serve DNSBL zones. It is very fast and has very small memory footprint.
Size: 110 KB - Software License: GPL v2
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MyDNS 1.1.0
MyDNS is a free DNS server for Linux and UNIX-like systems. It was implemented from scratch and is designed to serve records directly from an SQL database.
Size: 559 KB - Software License: GPL
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pdnsd 1.2.7-par
pdnsd is a Proxy DNS server for Linux and FreeBSD that is designed to cope with unreacheable nameservers in a graceful manner to prevent applications from hanging.
Size: 448 KB - Software License: GPL
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lbdns 1.5.1
lbdns is a DNS server for Linux that dynamically balances client domain name resolution requests across all sites in the distributed server.
Size: 502 KB - Software License: EPL
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