To clarify, I'm referring to the ->target member (in srv) or the
->exchange member (in mx).
Are those not the same as the input format for skadns_send?
On 10/13/22 00:10, Amelia Bjornsdottir wrote:
I'm passing skadns_send an s6dns_domain_t straight out of an
s6dns_message_rr_srv_t (case 1) or a s6dns_message_rr_mx_t (case 2).Is
that in packet format or in string format? The documentation claimed
that it would be in packet format. Should it be in string format?
On 10/12/22 22:32, Guillermo wrote:
El vie, 7 oct 2022 a las 20:29, Amelia Bjornsdottir escribió:
I link truss -f of my application piped through grep skadns' PID to
only skadns, on OmniOS
<https://umbrellix.net/~ellenor/omnios.sdtruss.txt> and HardenedBSD
After further analysis, I see a pattern and have a hypothesis.
Amelia, how's the program constructing the s6dns_domain_t object that
it passes to skadns_send() for A and AAAA queries? Is it calling
s6dns_domain_encode() or s6dns_domain_encode_list(), i.e., is the
object passed to skadns_send() in packet form instead of string form?
Amelia Bjornsdottir (she, they)
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