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    • Iain R. Learmonth's avatar
      Provides more accurate DNS results · 48e5ff84
      Iain R. Learmonth authored
      This commit adds two new fields: {un,}verified_host_names.
      
      Whereas previously InetAddress was used to resolve reverse domain
      names, this instead changes the lookup mechanism to use JNDI allowing
      for a deeper view into the DNS. It also accounts for the fact that
      multiple PTR records are not forbidden in the DNS specification and are
      often used in shared hosting scenarios.
      
      A host name is considered verified if it has a matching forward record.
      If a PTR value is found to have multiple A records, it will be
      considered verified if any one of the A records matches the original
      address. If no matching record is found, it will be reported as an
      unverified host name.
      
      Previously, unverified host names were discarded internally by the
      InetAddress lookup mechanism and so this data could not be used.
      
      To maintain "bug compatibility" with the previous implementation of the
      "host_name" field, which will now be deprecated, the IP address is
      returned when a lookup fails.
      
      The host_name field continues to be used, but now will consider all
      verified and unverified host names. If finer grained filtering is
      needed, then a seperate ticket could be filed for that, but it is
      unclear that it is useful enough to justify the work.
      
      Fixes: #18342
      48e5ff84
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