grimd - :zap: fast dns proxy that can run anywhere, built to black-hole internet advertisements and malware servers

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⚡️ Fast dns proxy that can run anywhere, built to black-hole internet advertisements and malware servers.Based on kenshinx/godns and miekg/dns.

https://github.com/looterz/grimd

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