MaraDNS - A small open-source DNS server

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MaraDNS is a package that implements the Domain Name Service (DNS), an essential internet service. People like MaraDNS because it's small, lightweight, easy to set up, and remarkably secure. It's also cross platform -- the program runs both in Windows and in UNIX clones.

http://www.maradns.org

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