BIND 9 Security Audit
In the aftermath of yesterday’s BIND announcement of seven new CVEs, one of them with a fairly wide impact, BIND users might be wondering why ISC publishes so many security vulnerabilities.Read post
Updates to both supported branches of ISC DHCP are available now from our downloads page. For this release, we focused specifically on updating the DHC client software, although there are many server updates as well. We had a lot of help with this release, specifically from our open source packagers and OEM users.
While we haven’t been able to review or accept every submitted patch, we are trying to publish those submitted patches via our newly-opened bugs.isc.org database. As part of the overall maintenance process, we are also reviewing and updating our library of Knowledgebase articles on ISC DHCP, including for example, this one on the DHC client.
Open source users and packagers who submitted bug reports or patches that resulted in changes in ISC DHCP 4.3.6:
Our next planned release of ISC DHCP will be a new feature branch, 4.4.0. We expect this will be the last new feature branch of ISC DHCP issued.
We are still reviewing many other candidate features and fixes for this release, to determine what we will be able to include with our limited resources.
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