It was one of the most exciting weekends I have ever had. I worked with a bunch of passionate engineers on the recdnsfp project during RIPE DNS measurements hackathon in Amsterdam. Our goal was to identify hijacked resolvers to increase Internet users' safety, and we did it! Thanks to RIPE Atlas data (atlas.ripe.net) and a bit of ML, we managed to gather some exciting data.
Dynamic DNS is a handy tool whenever you want access your home environment from the outside world. Most of us have dynamic IP, so the dns server must be updated whenever the dynamic address changes. Somehow I don't feel comfortable with services such as no-ip.com etc. and that is why I decided to write simple, yet useful dynamic DNS service on my own. It took me ~300 lines of well formatted code. It is not much, isn't it? Let's "GO"!