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`gdns` : Tools to work with the Google DNS over HTTPS API

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`gdns` : Tools to work with the Google DNS over HTTPS API
Traditional DNS queries and responses are sent over UDP or TCP without encryption. This is vulnerable to eavesdropping and spoofing (including DNS-based Internet filtering). Responses from recursive resolvers to clients are the most vulnerable to undesired or malicious changes, while communications between recursive resolvers and authoritative nameservers often incorporate additional protection.
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library(testthat)
date()
#> [1] "Sat Apr 9 20:19:06 2016"
#> [1] "Sat Apr 9 21:17:02 2016"
test_dir("tests/")
#> testthat results ========================================================================================================
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#>
#> name type TTL data
#> (chr) (int) (int) (chr)
#> 1 rud.is. 1 3599 104.236.112.222
#> 2 dds.ec. 1 284 162.243.111.4
#> 3 r-project.org. 1 7146 137.208.57.37
#> 4 rstudio.com. 1 3599 45.79.156.36
#> 5 apple.com. 1 3172 17.172.224.47
#> 6 apple.com. 1 3172 17.178.96.59
#> 7 apple.com. 1 3172 17.142.160.59
#> 1 rud.is. 1 710 104.236.112.222
#> 2 dds.ec. 1 280 162.243.111.4
#> 3 r-project.org. 1 6410 137.208.57.37
#> 4 rstudio.com. 1 71 45.79.156.36
#> 5 apple.com. 1 3290 17.172.224.47
#> 6 apple.com. 1 3290 17.178.96.59
#> 7 apple.com. 1 3290 17.142.160.59
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