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Release Notes: This is a maintenance release of BIND 8.4.
Release Notes: Highlights include IPv6 transport support for named, named-xfer, and ndc.
Release Notes: This release includes security fixes for 'Remote Execution of Code' and 'Multiple Denial of Service' attacks.
Release Notes: This is a maintenance release; the recommended version to use is BIND 9.2.1. There is a security fix in libbind. All applications linked against libbind need to re-linked. 'rndc restart' now preserves named's arguments
Release Notes: The IPv6 support in dig, nslookup, host, and nsupdate has been improved. A critical bugfix was made to prevent DNS storms. If you are using BIND 8.3.0, then you need to upgrade. Note that all 8.x versions of BIND are deprecated in favor of BIND 9.2.1. If you must run BIND 8, use nothing earlier than 8.2.5-REL or 8.3.2-REL. Do not run BIND 4 under any circumstances.
Release Notes: BIND 8.3.1 is the second release of 8.3 and contains no new features. The recommended version to use is BIND 9.2.0. If for whatever reason you must run BIND 8, use nothing earlier than 8.2.5-REL, 8.3.1-REL. Do not under any circumstances run BIND 4. This release includes a critical bug fix to prevent DNS storms. Users of BIND 8.3.0 should upgrade immediately.
Release Notes: Minor bug fixes and portability changes.
Release Notes: A fix for long-standing protocol incompatibility in DNSSEC support, avoiding fwd'ing to root name servers if response will be rejected, a port to Cygwin, several new contributed features, a fix for a file descriptor leak in resolver, numerous portability improvements, and numerous bugfixes.
Release Notes: Fixes for several serious security holes, many bugfixes (especially to IXFR and TSIG), and a new "ndc reload -noexpired" feature. "ndc status" shows config file name and age. Stuck stale queries are ignored after long zone load delay, TTL 0 is allowed in zone files, and portability fixes were made for WinNT. Several contrib/ packages were updated, a port to Darwin (Mac OS X) was made, and forwarders are used in order by measured RTT.