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Cooperative Domain Name System

The use and scale of today's Internet is drastically different from the time of the design of the legacy DNS. Even though the legacy DNS anticipated the explosive growth and handled it by partitioning the namespace, delegating the queries, and widely caching the responses, this architecture contains inherent limitations. In this section, we present an overview of CoDoNS, describe its implementation, and highlight how it addresses the problems of the legacy DNS.