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      CommentAuthorjedisct1
    • CommentTimeAug 7th 2012 edited
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    Version 0.14 of the dnscrypt user interface for Mac is available for download: https://github.com/opendns/dnscrypt-osx-client/downloads

    Main changes:

    - It properly copes with captive portals and firewalls

    - The TCP/443 checkbox is gone. When the dnscrypt box is checked, it tries everything in parallel and keeps whatever works best

    - IPv6 is fully supported (and automatic. If that works using IPv6, IPv6 is used)

    - Familyshield is supported, with and without dnscrypt

    - OpenDNS/DNSCrypt/Familyshield/Fallback settings can be set from the menu bar

    - Internal domain names like routerlogin.net are directly sent to the router or to whatever DNS resolvers the DHCP server provides.

    - Packages are signed for Mountain Lion.

    - It passively watches for network changes according to the current network configuration and the current Wifi access point, by monitoring the SSID and BSSID.

    - It's scriptable.

    - The package ships with dnscrypt-proxy 1.0.1.

    - The DNS cache is now flushed after a configuration change.

    - Compatibility with OSX 10.6 has been improved.

    - The release notes are now bundled with the preference pane. This reduces the startup time and ensures that these notes are consistent with the currently running version.
    Thankful People: rotblitz, maintenance
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      CommentAuthorjedisct1
    • CommentTimeAug 8th 2012 edited
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    Version 0.14 is now available and should fix issues with the preference panes on OSX 10.6.
    As the developer tools improve, Apple are also making it harder and harder to support old versions of the system.
    Thankful People: rotblitz, maintenance

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