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Linux has a serious vulnerability, I hope a patch is out soon

Hello folks,

I’m way behind on this blog, and really need to start writing about what I read. Today, I’m hoping to start that again.

This topic is going to be the main topic for our next security technology podcast, and it could possibly affect us. Why? Because one of the pieces of software it affects is Bind, whicjh allows sub-domains to be bound to the account, especially when it is on a shared server.

It is probably used through Linux, regardless of shared hosting or not, but when creating sub-domains, I always see messages from the control pannel that it is reloading bind. I suppose that unbind would take place for a deletion, but I don’t know anything about the third, dnsmasq. The show notes will not cover the other two, but if I’m completely wrong, someone can correct me.

The article was sent by Michael in Tennessee, and it is titled Linux has a serious security problem that once again enables DNS cache poisoning and comes from Ars Technica.

There is quoted material of all kinds, so go read and learn. Enjoy learning a little today.


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Linux has a serious vulnerability, I hope a patch is out soon was released on November 28, 2021 at 11:17 am by tech in article commentary.
Last modified: November 28, 2021.


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