- either via the install/zip packages available on this page or
by using chocolatey: https://chocolatey.org/packages/stubby/0.3.0.6
The 0.4.0 release includes both the command line tool described below and also a Graphical Interface to manage Stubby.
Stubby has been tested on Windows 10 and should work on Windows 8. There is limited support for Windows 7 - see below.
User testing reports, bug reports and patches/pull requests are all welcomed via the Stubby github issue tracker!
The installer currently overwrites all existing files so if you have made changes to the
- This update now includes the Stubby Manager GUI see this page for details. This installs alongside the existing install and should not interfere with existing installs.
- It also includes a version of stubby that can be installed as a Windows service, see this README.md for details.
- Update to use Stubby 0.3.0.
- This release is built with the Visual Studio toolchain. Previous releases were built with MinGW.
These contain the following files by the installer.
The 0.3.0.6 release and later provides a 32bit install as well as a 64bit install. On a 64bit Windows installation, a 32bit install will place files in
- README.txt - containing these instructions
- stubby.exe - binary
- stubby.yml - configuration file
- getdns_query.exe - tool for testing stubby
- getdns_server_mon.exe - tool for probing servers
- Powershell scripts for modifying system resolvers:
Windows 7 versions of Powershell scripts (see below)
Scripts to enable Stubby to be configured as a Scheduled Task
- Additional files required for the Stubby Manager GUI
It is recommended to use the default configuration file provided which will use 'Strict' privacy mode and spread the DNS queries among several of the current DNS Privacy test servers. Note that this file contains both IPv4 and IPv6 addresses. It installed in "C:\Program Files\Stubby\stubby.yml"