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Submission + - OpenBSD patched BIND9 10 years ago (heise-security.co.uk) 1

juct writes: "News from the "they-could-have-known-better-department": As heise Security reports OpenBSD changed the buggy implementation of the pseudo random number generator before switching from BIND 8 to Bind 9 back in 1997. So OpenBSD was not affected by the recent Cache Poisoning problem in Bind 9. According to Theo deRaadt the OpenBSD team even told ISC that their PRNG was flawed — but "the didn't listen"."
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OpenBSD patched BIND9 10 years ago

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