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Protecting Python code from IP theft or other snooping is next to impossible. I have researched this extensively for a product we build at my day job. If you need to protect this code, you'll either need to host it off site or port it to a compiled language.
Yes. boto.route53.connection.create_hosted_zone() appears to be what you want.
This is a more updated answer for AWS EC2 users as of April 2015: As of Amazon Linux AMI 2015.03, Python 2.7 or Python 3 is supported directly by Amazon by default. Python 2.6, 2.7, and 3.4 can be installed simultaneously and are managed by the alternatives command. All of this is documented clearly on the top half of: ...
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