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Old 6th December 2012
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Default BIND 9.9.2 closes IPv6 security hole

From http://h-online.com/-1763332

Updates for the current version, 9.9.2, and the older 9.8.4 version of the widely used, free BIND DNS server have now become available. They close a security hole that enabled attackers to crash the daemon. All versions of BIND that use the DNS64 option, which was introduced in version 9.8, are affected.
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