Fedora Core 5 : bind-9.3.2-33.fc5 (2006-966)
High Nessus Plugin ID 24177
SynopsisThe remote Fedora Core host is missing a security update.
Description- Mon Sep 11 2006 Martin Stransky <stransky at redhat.com>
- added fix for CVE-2006-4095
- added bind to PreReq (#202542)
- Fri Jul 21 2006 Jason Vas Dias <jvdias at redhat.com>
- fix addenda to bug 189789: determination of selinux enabled was still not 100% correct in bind-chroot-admin
- fix addenda to bug 196398: make named.init test for NetworkManager being enabled AFTER testing for -D absence; named.init now supports a 'DISABLE_NAMED_DBUS' /etc/sysconfig/named setting to disable auto-enable of named dbus support if NetworkManager enabled.
- Wed Jul 19 2006 Jason Vas Dias <jvdias at redhat.com> - 30:9.3.2-30
- fix bug 196398 - Enable -D option automatically in initscript if NetworkManager enabled in any runlevel.
- fix bugs 191093, 189789
- fix bug 196962 (fixed by backported 9.3.3b1 fixes to lib/isc/unix/ifiter_ioctl.c)
- backport selected fixes from upstream bind9 'v9_3_3b1' CVS version: ( see http://www.isc.org/sw/bind9.3.php 'Fixes' ): o change 2024 / bug 16027: named emitted spurious 'zone serial unchanged' messages on reload o change 2013 / bug 15941: handle unexpected TSIGs on unsigned AXFR/IXFR responses more gracefully o change 2009 / bug 15808: coverity fixes o change 1997 / bug 15818: named was failing to replace negative cache entries when a positive one for the type was learnt o change 1994 / bug 15694: OpenSSL 0.9.8 support o change 1991 / bug 15813: The configuration data, once read, should be treated as readonly. o misc. validator fixes o misc. resolver fixes o misc. dns fixes o misc.
isc fixes o misc. libbind fixes o misc. isccfg fix o misc. lwres fix o misc. named fixes o misc. dig fixes o misc. nsupdate fix o misc. tests fixes
- Wed Jun 7 2006 Jeremy Katz <katzj at redhat.com> - 30:9.3.2-24.FC6
- and actually put the devel symlinks in the right subpackage
- Thu May 25 2006 Jeremy Katz <katzj at redhat.com> - 30:9.3.2-23.FC6
- rebuild for -devel deps
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SolutionUpdate the affected packages.