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    bind DNS poisoning attack problems


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    Default Re: bind DNS poisoning attack problems

    There's a DNS vulnerability checker (right hand side of page) at DoxPara Research

    Note that your DNS server is probably not yours. If you were running a nameserver, you would probably know it. If the nameserver is not yours, it's probably your ISP's and you should poke them to plug the hole if they haven't done it already.

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    So is there any updates coming for OpenSuse 10.1 or has support ended already? I didn't see it on the list.

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    Tony

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    Default Re: bind DNS poisoning attack problems

    Try running YaST on 10.1, you will see some updates for bind.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ken_yap View Post
    Try running YaST on 10.1, you will see some updates for bind.
    I've some problems with yast right now... It uses too much memory.

    I just hoped there would be rpm's laying around somewhere.

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    Default Re: bind DNS poisoning attack problems

    On Tue, 22 Jul 2008 13:26:03 GMT
    tonyfggi <tonyfggi@no-mx.forums.opensuse.org> wrote:

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    > ken_yap;1841698 Wrote:
    > > Try running YaST on 10.1, you will see some updates for bind.

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    > I've some problems with yast right now... It uses too much memory.
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    > I just hoped there would be rpm's laying around somewhere.
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    Hi
    Nothing here?
    http://en.opensuse.org/Package_Repositories#Update

    Try running yast CLI version?

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    Default Re: bind DNS poisoning attack problems

    I don't even have gui installed so i'm already using cli-version. Also i've already checked that link and 10.1 doesn't have updates regarding this DNS issue.

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    I'll keep on looking, but meantime use opendns

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    Default Re: bind DNS poisoning attack problems

    Quote Originally Posted by tonyfggi View Post
    I don't even have gui installed so i'm already using cli-version. Also i've already checked that link and 10.1 doesn't have updates regarding this DNS issue.
    But that update RPM must have come from somewhere so I would look at the update repositories for recent packages. Also have you tried the ncurses yast? That's what I used, as I was using ssh.

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    Default Re: bind DNS poisoning attack problems

    On Wed, 23 Jul 2008 11:56:03 GMT
    tonyfggi <tonyfggi@no-mx.forums.opensuse.org> wrote:

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    > I don't even have gui installed so i'm already using cli-version. Also
    > i've already checked that link and 10.1 doesn't have updates regarding
    > this DNS issue.
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    >

    Hi
    Have you tried a later release 10.2/10.3 and getting the src rpm and
    building it?
    rpmbuild --rebuild <name_of_source_rpm>

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