Blogs

  • Completion of BIND 10 Initial Development Program delivers Basis of ISC Next Generation Nameserver Software

    Internet Systems Consortium (ISC) is pleased to announce the completion of a multi-year software development program funded by JPRS and other key sponsors.  The next generation nameserver software framework is available as the BIND 10 distribution, http://bind10.isc.org/wiki/ProductionRelease, which has been well received by sponsors and the open source community. “We are proud to have been able to work closely with

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  • ISC wraps up Open Home Gateway Forum

    Following a successful public demonstration at the 88th Internet Engineering Task Force (IETF) meeting November 2013, ISC’s Open Home Gateway Forum team has submitted its code for package signing and validation to the OpenWrt project. ISC is now disbanding the Open Home Gateway Forum since this code has been completed. Comcast and ISC created the Open Home Gateway Forum (OHGF)

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  • The Crypto Library Disaster

    At the first time someone writes (or contributes to, so this does not apply only to first systems) an application using low level cryptography, (s)he has the choices between two bad and two very bad solutions. This blog explains the reasons of this recurrent disaster and tries to give some idea to avoid it… The worst possible solution is of

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  • ISC DHCP 4.3.0a1 now available

    We have now released ISC DHCP 4.3.0a1. The theme for this release is “v6 uplift”. We are upgrading some of the features you’ve used for DHCPv4 to make them available for DHCPv6. In general we’ve tried to use the same commands or similar commands so that moving from a DHCPv4 feature to DHCPv6 is as painless as possible. Over time we plan to add several

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  • Happy Birthday to ISC’s DHCP4

    On November 29th ISC’s DHCP4 will turn 18. The first code for the DHCP project was committed to the source repository by Ted Lemon on 1995-11-29. Over the years, our contributors have committed over 9,500 changes, covering everything from small bug fixes to major enhancements. Today, our DHCP code supports clients, relays and servers for both DHCPv4 and DHCPv6. Looking forward, our next

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