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Masked DNS 1.2.1

Masked DNS is a software product which combines basic and advanced DNS functions

Developer:
Karadhras Ltd
License:
Commercial
OS:
Windows 98 / ME / 2000 / XP / 2003
Requirements:
WinNT/2k/XP/2003 + .Net Framework 1.1, 32 RAM, 5 Mb free disk space
Price:
$59.00
Price is subject to change at any time by the company
Date added:
3/19/2006
Last Update:
6/3/2007
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Download free trial ( Free Trial |2.83 MB ) Masked DNS 1.2.1 Publisher's description
Masked DNS is a software product which combines basic and advanced DNS functions. Masked DNS is implemented using the latest version of Microsoft .NET technology. This product is oriented for system administrators and software developers who use .NET platform and have a need to control and manage DNS. Masked DNS product is continually being developed in close contact with system administrators from all over the world. The version 1.0 beta is aimed at evaluating all advantages and disadvantages of this product. As we are continually developing the product, we would welcome any feedback you have on the product or requests to include other features that may not be present now. Masked DNS package includes Masked DNS Server and Masked DNS Manager. Masked DNS server is a windows service. Masked DNS Manager is implemented as GUI application. Masked DNS Server provides continuous domain name system functioning and Masked DNS Manager is a simple but sophisticated application that is intended to monitor, manage, configure and administrate either local and/or remote Masked DNS Servers simultaneously. The distinctive features of the Masked DNS product are: Masked DNS was implemented using the latest version of Microsoft .NET technology; Easy to use administrative .NET interface for managing Masked DNS Server via NET applications; Masked DNS functionality could be extended by using custom .NET plug-ins (not available in v 1.0 beta); Supports data types: A, AAAA, CNAME, MX, NS, PTR, RT, SOA, SRV, and TXT; Supports masks for all data types (except SOA). Regular Expressions might be used in the Name field of DNS resource record; Access lists; High-end server protection provides hackers attacks and counterfeit data invulnerability; Flexible system or rules intended for automatic adding to block list; etc.