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Poweradmin

Poweradmin is a friendly Web-based DNS administration tool for Bert Hubert's PowerDNS server. The interface has full support for most of the features of PowerDNS including all zone types (master, native, and slave), supermasters for automatic provisioning of slave zones, full support for IPv6, and support for multiple languages.

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  •  04 Jun 2009 16:36

    Release Notes: This release fixes a number of bugs, including the deletion of records by the zone owner, validation of cname records, and more.

    •  11 Nov 2008 18:28

      Release Notes: This release fixes a security issue with potential privilege escalation for normal users under certain conditions. Additionally, it fixes a number of smaller bugs.

      •  30 Jul 2008 08:05

        Release Notes: This is a maintenance release only and fixes a number of bugs that appeared more or less recently.

        •  30 May 2008 12:54

          Release Notes: The configuration file setup has been improved, allowing users to add new features without too much hassle. The DNS validation code has been improved, and implemented standards have been documented. An installer has been added to make fresh installs easier. A number of small changes to the interface have been implemented. Quite a few bugs have been fixed.

          •  23 Apr 2008 10:21

            Release Notes: Full support was added for all zone types: master, native, or slave. Full support was added for supermasters. Support was added for multiple languages, and the current release comes with English and Dutch. Support for larger databases was added. Basic support for custom layouts (or skins) was added. New user and permission management setup were added. Lots of bugs were fixed.

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