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CVE-2010-0218: Unexpected ACL Behavior in BIND 9.7.2

  • Updated on 01 Oct 2018
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Wrong ACL applied.


Posting Date: 28 Sep 2010

Program ImpactedBIND

Versions Affected: 9.7.2 through 9.7.2-P1

Severity: Low

Exploitable: Remotely

Description: There was a flaw where the wrong ACL was applied. This flaw could allow access to a cache via recursion even though the ACL disallowed it.

Risk Assessment: This bug is primarily a risk to operators running both authoritative and recursive DNS on the same BIND server in the same view.

Workarounds: Upgrade to BIND 9.7.2-P2. No other workaround is currently known.

Active Exploits: None known at this time.

Solution: Upgrade to BIND 9.7.2-P2. No other workaround is currently known.

Acknowledgements: Thank you to Alexandre Simon for finding and testing this issue.

Related Documents

See our BIND 9 Security Vulnerability Matrix for a complete listing of Security Vulnerabilities and versions affected.

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