Posting date: 06 Sep 2006
9.2, 9.3.0-9.2, pre-release versions of 9.4.0
SIG Query Processing:
- Queries for SIG records will trigger a assertion failure if more than one SIG (covered) RRset is returned.
- Exposure can be minimized by restricting sources that can ask for recursion.
- If a nameserver is serving a RFC 2535 DNSSEC zone and is queried for
the SIG records where the are multiple SIG(covered) RRsets (e.g. a zone
apex) then named will trigger a assertion failure when it trys to
construct the response.
Excessive Recursive Queries INSIST failure:
It is possible to trigger a INSIST failure by sending
enough recursive queries that the response to the query arrives after
all the clients looking for the response have left the recursion queue.
Exposure can be minimized by restricting sources that canask for
recursion. Note for BIND 9.2.x: Code handling this path for 9.2.x
has been determined to be wrong, though ISC has not been able to detect
an execution path that would trigger the erroneous code in 9.2.x.
Nonetheless a patch is provided.
None known at this time
Upgrade to BIND 9.4.0b2, BIND 9.3.3rc2, BIND 9.3.2-P1, BIND 9.2.7rc1 or BIND 9.2.6-P1 (or later).
See also CVE-2006-4096
Acknowledgements: ISC would like to thank The Measurement Factory for bringing this to our attention.
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