Technitium

technitium.com/dns
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Another DNS server for blocking privacy-invasive content at its source. Technitium doesn't require much of a setup, and basically works straight out of the box, it supports a wide range of systems (and can even run as a portable app on Windows). It allows you to do some additional tasks, such as add local DNS addresses and zones with specific DNS records. Compared to Pi-Hole, Technitium is very lightweight, but lacks the deep insights that Pi-Hole provides, and has a significantly smaller community behind it.

Open Source

Technitium Source Code

Author

TechnitiumSoftware

Description

Technitium DNS Server

#cross-platform#dhcp-server#dns#dns-client#dns-over-https#dns-over-quic#dns-over-tls#dns-over-tor#dns-server#dotnet#privacy#technitium-dns-server

Homepage

https://technitium.com/dns/

License

GPL-3.0

Created

29 Oct 17

Last Updated

08 Jun 24

Latest version

v12.1

Primary Language

C#

Size

5,996 KB

Stars

3,734

Forks

395

Watchers

3,734

Language Usage

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Star History

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Recent Commits

  • Shreyas Zare (16 Mar 24)

    Merge branch 'master' of https://github.com/TechnitiumSoftware/DnsServer

  • Shreyas Zare (16 Mar 24)

    Merge pull request #873 from pbinks/master Grammar corrections

  • Shreyas Zare (16 Mar 24)

    assembly version updated to v12.1 for release.

  • Shreyas Zare (16 Mar 24)

    updated readme.

  • Shreyas Zare (16 Mar 24)

    updated change log.

  • Shreyas Zare (16 Mar 24)

    inno: updated version to 12.1

  • Shreyas Zare (16 Mar 24)

    inno: updated dotnet to v8.0.3.

  • Shreyas Zare (16 Mar 24)

    updated app store json data

  • Shreyas Zare (16 Mar 24)

    app assembly version updated for release.

  • Shreyas Zare (16 Mar 24)

    updated docker env variables.

  • Shreyas Zare (16 Mar 24)

    updated apidocs.

  • Shreyas Zare (16 Mar 24)

    minor refactoring changes

  • Shreyas Zare (16 Mar 24)

    zone.js: updated code to support dynamic updates permission for secondary zones.

  • Shreyas Zare (16 Mar 24)

    main.js: updated code to support new dns client features, and ECS override feature.

  • Shreyas Zare (16 Mar 24)

    updated jquery to v3.7.1

  • Shreyas Zare (16 Mar 24)

    dhcp.js: updated code to support ignore client identifier option feature.

  • Shreyas Zare (16 Mar 24)

    webapp: updated html for new dns client features, EDNS client subnet override feature, and DHCP scope ignore client identifier option feature.

  • Shreyas Zare (16 Mar 24)

    DnsWebService: updated config code for ECS override feature.

  • Shreyas Zare (16 Mar 24)

    WebServiceZonesApi: Updated api for response metadata feature. Updated Zone options api for secondary zone dynamic update permissions. Fixed bug in fwd record update.

  • Shreyas Zare (16 Mar 24)

    WebServiceSettingsApi: updated api for EDNS client subnet override feature.

  • Shreyas Zare (16 Mar 24)

    WebServiceDhcpApi: updated api to support ignoreClientIdentifierOption.

  • Shreyas Zare (16 Mar 24)

    WebServiceApi: Updated resolve query api to add ednsClientSubnet option and raw responses feature.

  • Shreyas Zare (16 Mar 24)

    DnsWebService: added DNS_SERVER_WEB_SERVICE_LOCAL_ADDRESSES environment variable.

  • Shreyas Zare (16 Mar 24)

    DnsServer: Implemented EDNS Client Subnet override feature. Updated ProcessUpdateQueryAsync() to check for update permissions for secondary zone. Updated serve stale to wait for max 1800ms. Code refactoring done.

  • Shreyas Zare (16 Mar 24)

    SecondaryZone: Updated RefreshZoneAsync() to retry with axfr for refused rcode. Updated zone to allow dynamic updates config.

  • Shreyas Zare (16 Mar 24)

    CacheZone: code refactoring done.

  • Shreyas Zare (16 Mar 24)

    CacheZoneManager: Implemented response metadata feature. Fixed minor bugs. Code refactoring done.

  • Shreyas Zare (16 Mar 24)

    ZoneTree: fixed wildcard matching bug in FindZoneNode().

  • Shreyas Zare (16 Mar 24)

    CacheRecordInfo: added response metadata feature.

  • Shreyas Zare (16 Mar 24)

    Scope: implemented ignore client identifier feature.

Technitium Website

Website

Technitium DNS Server | An Open Source DNS Server For Privacy & Security

Technitium DNS Server is an open source authoritative as well as recursive DNS server that can be used for self hosting a DNS server for privacy & security.

Redirects

Redirects to https://technitium.com/dns/

Security Checks

All 66 security checks passed

Server Details

  • IP Address 139.59.3.235
  • Hostname technitium.com
  • Location Bengaluru, Karnataka, India, AS
  • ISP DigitalOcean LLC
  • ASN AS14061

Associated Countries

  • IN
  • US

Saftey Score

Website marked as safe

100%

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