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Re: Securing bind..

On Sun, 30 Dec 2001, P Prince wrote:

>The eaisest and most failsafe way to secure bind is to install djbdns.

Because after djbdns, bind 4.2 looks like a pinnacle of security...

>Google is your friend.

Apparently it didn't get you a clue...

>On Sun, 30 Dec 2001, Petre Daniel wrote:
>> Well,i know Karsten's on my back and all,but i have not much time to
>> learn,and too many things to do at my firm,so i am asking if one of you has
>> any idea how can bind be protected against that DoS attack and if someone
>> has some good firewall for a dns server ( that resolves names for internal
>> clients and also keeps some .ro domains) please post it to the list.. both
>> ipchains and iptables variants are welcome..
>> thank you.
>> Petre L. Daniel,System Administrator
>> Canad Systems Pitesti Romania,
>> http://www.cyber.ro, email:office@cyber.ro
>> Tel:+4048220044, +4048206200
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Artificial intelligence is no match for natural stupidity.

Who is John Galt?  galt@inconnu.isu.edu, that's who!  

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