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+ - Apple caught with DNS pants down->

Submitted by Steve Shockley
Steve Shockley (458769) writes "From TidBITS:

Apple uses the popular Internet Systems Consortium BIND DNS server which was one of the first tools patched, but Apple has yet to include the fixed version in Mac OS X Server, despite being notified of vulnerability details early in the process and being informed of the coordinated patch release date.

Apple was notified on May 5; what's the hold up?"

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