[OWASP-Malaysia] A DNS control management?

Sharuzzaman Ahmat Raslan sharuzzaman at gmail.com
Tue May 3 11:10:27 EDT 2011


You can always use Cygwin on Windows, then install bind.

Same configuration as Linux.



On Wed, Apr 27, 2011 at 8:40 PM, simpleLinux <2fzweb at gmail.com> wrote:

> *Pardon me if I posted this at the wrong place and so don't get the topic
> so far this time*.
>
> I'm finding a DNS server that can be installed on Windows (I forced to use
> windows since Mono is out I used Windows), is there any such thing existed?
> Just simple, I can manage the DNS. This is because I want to set up a WiFi
> Hotspot (the modem doesn't have compatibility to do that) so I just do
> redirect all request to only one host. SO that in the host (the server) I
> can do a login page, file sharing etc etc... haha ;p just being curios on
> how can I set a DNS server by a software in Windows... anyone? help?
>
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