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Re: SNI-12: BIND Vulnerabilities and Solutions (+ more problems)
From: msanders () AROS NET (Michael K. Sanders)
Date: Wed, 23 Apr 1997 23:12:33 -0600
In message <Pine.LNX.3.95.970422142917.16221A-100000 () borg sventech com>, Johann
es Erdfelt writes:
Since SNI has released that paper and stole all of the thunder out of my
advisory, I'll post a couple of things in addition to their advisory.
There's a couple of things in this post and it's semi long.
I don't know that I'd be too concerned about having all your thunder
stolen... I'm reminded of the 5th USENIX UNIX Security Symposium.
There's a MUCH easier way of caching RR's. As long as the nameserver is
older than 4.9.5+P1 which is > 90% of the net. I explained it in a paper I
wrote last year I sent it off to Paul Vixie to get a reply (and possibly a
patch) to the problem. The problem is basically this: BIND will cache
ANYTHING that it gets in the return packet. This advisory was
partially leaked to nanog and is known to have been leaked to a number
of other people. Here it is from my original advisory (complete with
spelling and grammar mistakes):
... so how is all of this different from Bellovin's original 1990