Altering localClient->F without updating the FD hash leaves the struct Client in the FD hash indefinitely which causes a crash later if the struct is reused for a remote client. It also prevents error messages from ssld showing up on IRC properly.
Currently, the resolver treats SERVFAIL, NOTIMP, and REFUSED queries the same as NXDOMAIN, but this really should not be the case. Instead, if the DNS server errors on our request or provides an invalid request, try another server. Also, count DNS server errors in addition to timeouts and avoid these undesirable servers.
… by the copyright holder. (See http://svnweb.freebsd.org/base/head/COPYRIGHT?view=co). Closes #5.
…r tls-3.2 specification
…is being blocked.
…f all-ones. Returning all-ones will set all caps if an unknown cap name is passed.
…where the cloaking module would change your cloak locally, but not correctly broadcast this to the network, and fail to tell you correctly in the RPL_HOSTHIDDEN reply
…when m_services loads and unmark them when it unloads.