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Number of commits found: 3

Thu, 16 Oct 2014
[ 10:45 marino ] Original commit   Revision:370994
370994 dns/ironsides/Makefile
370994 dns/ironsides/pkg-plist
dns/ironsides: Remove pkg-plist
Fri, 21 Feb 2014
[ 10:41 marino ] Original commit   Revision:345365
345365 dns/ironsides/Makefile
345365 dns/ironsides/files/Makefile
345365 dns/ironsides/pkg-plist
dns/ironsides: Actually install the man page!
Mon, 17 Feb 2014
[ 11:27 marino ] Original commit   Revision:344727
344727 dns/Makefile
344727 dns/ironsides
344727 dns/ironsides/Makefile
344727 dns/ironsides/distinfo
344727 dns/ironsides/files
344727 dns/ironsides/files/Makefile
344727 dns/ironsides/files/ironsides.gpr
344727 dns/ironsides/pkg-descr
344727 dns/ironsides/pkg-plist
Add new Ada-based DNS server port: dns/ironsides

IRONSIDES is an authoritative DNS server that is provably invulnerable to
many of the problems that plague other servers. It achieves this property
through the use of formal methods in its design, in particular the language
Ada and the SPARK formal methods tool set. Code validated in this way is
provably exception-free, contains no data flow errors, and terminates only
in the ways that its programmers explicitly say that it can. These are very
desirable properties from a computer security perspective.

IRONSIDES is not a complete implementation of DNS. In particular, it does
not support zone transfers or recursive queries. It does, however, support
a sufficient number of DNS records to be useful as an authoritative DNS
server for an enterprise.

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