2.9dev, and even number stands for stable release (GTK team does something similar), but how is that different from calling it
./testssl.sh www.example.com, it resolves the IP and then make a TCP connection with the IP, as expected. However, if I
./testssl.sh --proxy proxy.example.com:8080 www.example.com, it still seems to be resolving the domain name locally. Is that the case? Why?
-proxyoption. See https://www.openssl.org/docs/man1.1.0/apps/openssl-s_client.html#OPTIONS
idn2and enforce IDNA2008 and error whenever the specified URI contains things not permitted by IDNA2008
To be successfully registered, an IDN domain name must be valid according to IDNA2008. Emojis cannot be used as IDNs as these code points are disallowed under the IDNA2008 protocol.