CVE-2010-3762: failure to handle bad signatures if multiple trust anchors configured
This notification is not an actual Security Vulnerability, but is included here due to user concerns. ISC's evaluation of this issue according to the CVSS rating system did not determine this issue to need a security release.
Document Version: 1.0
Posting Date: 18 Oct 2010
Program Impacted: BIND
Versions Affected: 9.7 - 9.7.2-P2
This is what was put in the release notes:
If BIND, acting as a DNSSEC validating server, has two or more trust anchors configured in named.conf for the same zone (such as example.com) and the response for a record in that zone from the authoritative server includes a bad signature, the validating server will crash while trying to validate that query.
Workarounds: Upgrade to 9.7.2-P3 or later.
Active Exploits: None known at this time.
See our BIND 9 Security Vulnerability Matrix for a complete listing of Security Vulnerabilities and versions affected.
Do you still have questions? Questions regarding this advisory should go to email@example.com.
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