DHCP Security Advisories, Vulnerabilities, and Upgrade Recommendations
On rare occasions, software exposed to public access on the Internet is found to have some sort of flaw that could enable unauthorized access. When this happens, ISC notifies the international CVE Registry (Common Vulnerabilities and Exposures) maintained by the Mitre Corporation, and other security organizations as appropriate, such as US-CERT (Computer Emergency Readiness Team). ISC then corrects the flaw and issues an ISC Security Advisory giving users of our software our advice on how best to respond to this flaw.
This page has the complete list of all security advisories ever issued for ISC DHCP.
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