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November 12, 2002

Vulnerability in BIND

Yet another vulnerability has been found in the BIND DNS server. If you’ve enabled the NameServer on your machine (even as a caching-only nameserver), you had better upgrade to BIND 9.2.1.

And, either way, you’d better hope that your ISP has done the same…

Posted by distler at November 12, 2002 5:30 PM

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