Yellow Dog Linux Security Advisory: bindNov 11, 1999, 07:46 (0 Talkback[s])
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Date: Thu, 11 Nov 1999 00:05:13 -0700 (MST)
The Yellow Dog Linux Updates Team has released a new updates to the bind (Berkeley Internet Name Domain) software.
The Internet Software Consortium have announced the discovery of six bugs which result in vulnerabilities of varying levels of severity in BIND (Berkeley Internet Name Domain).
For more information about the particular bugs found, see ISC's security announcement.
Based upon ISC's findings, Terra Soft strongly recommends that all users of bind upgrade to the new version as soon as possible.
As always, we advise users to verify the md5 checksum of these packages with the checksums listed below by running: md5sum
be0a7d6f81e96fda3c5e19c710c4647a RPMS/bind-8.2.2p3-1a.ppc.rpm 39ae72c82387094cfce49e4c8702b56b RPMS/bind-devel-8.2.2p3-1a.ppc.rpm 2557d3ed1f8a7d8b29a95e01b751c371 RPMS/bind-utils-8.2.2p3-1a.ppc.rpm
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