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comment How does one server handle 100K connections?
Just the other day growl for windows was complaining that another app stole its port (I assuming using for outgoing connections) so it couldn't listen on it. I don't remember seeing a post used twice using netstat. I know its windows but I believe windows tries to do almost everything linux socket does? The only difference I notice was windows needs me to call winsock initalization while linux doesn't
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comment Use DNSSEC for secure connections
It looks like hash-slinger/tlsa util doesn't need my private key? and I sign the cert using the key I signed my DNS? and that DANE record is just a hash of my cert? this makes sense.
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comment Use DNSSEC for secure connections
Good answer. I'm confused, what is the DS record? It seems like its my name registrar sign my (DNSKEY) key? RRSIG seems like its for zones that exist and NSEC3 for a catchall/zones that doesn't exist? I guess NS i'm confused about. It seems to control which name server are authoritative (my DNS knowledge isn't good). But why does it need it when I'm signing all the zones?? I don't believe it can fake any of my subdomains? hash-slinger seems like a good tool thanks for mentioning it
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