[Cryptography] First public DNSChain server went online yesterday!

Greg greg at kinostudios.com
Sat Feb 8 00:59:32 EST 2014

From README.md on GitHub:
DNSChain (formerly DNSNMC) makes it possible to be certain that you're communicating with who you want to communicate with, and connecting to the sites that you want to connect to, without anyone secretly listening in on your conversations in between.

	• DNSChain "stops the NSA" by fixing HTTPS
	• Free SSL certificates
	• How to use DNSChain *right now*!
		• Don't want to change your DNS settings?
	• The '.dns' meta-TLD
	• How to run your own DNSChain server
		• Requirements
		• Getting Started for devs and sys admins
	• List of public DNSChain servers
	• Contributing
		• Style and Process
	• Release History
	• License


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	Re: [Cryptography] DNSNMC deprecates Certificate Authorities and fixes HTTPS security


Please do not email me anything that you are not comfortable also sharing with the NSA.

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