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It doesn't say anything about djbdns either, except to link to some of his papers written
years back. Some commenter said it wasn't vuln due to port randomization.
Recursive servers, but not proxy servers, affected.
Posted Jul 8, 2008 23:34 UTC (Tue) by rfunk (subscriber, #4054)
Dan Kaminsky has confirmed that djbdns is not vulnerable due to its source
Posted Jul 9, 2008 23:07 UTC (Wed) by jebba (✭ supporter ✭, #4439)
As a side note, djbdns (and related programs) are now all under the public domain (finally!).
I hadn't heard that good news until today. :)
"What are the distribution terms for djbdns?
2007.12.28: I hereby place the djbdns package (in particular, djbdns-1.05.tar.gz, with MD5
checksum 3147c5cd56832aa3b41955c7a51cbeb2) into the public domain. The package is no longer
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