bind94 security update (UNOFFICIAL)
Tuc at T-B-O-H.NET
ml at t-b-o-h.net
Wed Jul 9 17:51:29 UTC 2008
But Dingo, can YOU be trusted to trust me? ;)
BTW: There are 2 ways to tell if your DNS is vulnerable :
1) I PREFER the command line written by Michael C. Toren :
Though you need per, Net::DNS and LWP.
2) If you can use a GUI browser on the machine you have DNS itself
running on :
NEITHER site is mine.
> because the source download comes from ISC, he is correct in the proceedure,
> and I trust him :)
> On Thu, Jul 10, 2008 at 12:29 AM, David Alanis <canito at dalan.us> wrote:
> > For those like me who don't know any better. How can I confirm your
> > suggestion will not be introducing addition problems or people into the
> > equation?
> > Thanks,
> > David
> > Quoting "Tuc at T-B-O-H.NET" <ml at t-b-o-h.net>:
> > Hi,
> >> For anyone looking to update the bind94 port due to the recent
> >> frenzy, you can :
> >> 1) Update the Makefile :
> >> From : PORTREVISION= 1
> >> To : PORTREVISION= 2
> >> From : ISCVERSION= 9.4.2
> >> To : ISCVERSION= 9.4.2-P1
> >> 2) Drop this into distinfo :
> >> MD5 (bind-9.4.2-P1.tar.gz) = 87b80edd9872cb017053866c81ca9be8
> >> SHA256 (bind-9.4.2-P1.tar.gz) =
> >> eeeb8f89fe6d88b250ad85ee21cfde6f8ac6f425c70c6705352b3fa8c4c4ee84
> >> SIZE (bind-9.4.2-P1.tar.gz) = 6451654
> >> MD5 (bind-9.4.2-P1.tar.gz.asc) = 72310b7045d9806b913835c55ba5388b
> >> SHA256 (bind-9.4.2-P1.tar.gz.asc) =
> >> c84b6446416ff1096ec5bfb1c731d31f984b312b45a3d2064a922a6b50b6162d
> >> SIZE (bind-9.4.2-P1.tar.gz.asc) = 479
> >> THIS IS NOT THE OFFICIAL FREEBSD PORTS UPGRADE PATH OR
> >> MAINTAINER...
> >> This is a stop gap until "MAINTAINER= dougb at FreeBSD.org" does it
> >> officially.
> >> I have not contacted him about it yet admittedly. I have tested this on
> >> a 4.10,
> >> 5.5, and 7.0 system and it works fine.
> >> Tuc
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