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Old 08-05-2015, 05:30 PM   #1
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Has anyone patched for CVE-2015-5477

Running DNS/BIND on an antiquated Solaris 5.8 and fortunately most of our domains have already been switched to AWS but for the one's still remaining have been getting numerous name resolution errors.

Here's the link:

Unfortunately my version of BIND is ancient (8.2.4) so the patch will only fix 9.x.x and above. Moving everything now to AWS and getting out of the BIND business for good!


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