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Old 23rd July 2008, 10:50
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Default Security issue / Upgrade BIND

Hi,
I am running two DNS servers on suse 9.3 ( BIND version 9.3.2, under chroot /var/lib/named ) Now I need to upgrade ASAP because of the new security issue in DNS protocol, There seems to be no updates for bind if I run the update tool (YOU) or apt-get, perhaps suse 9.3 is to old and not supported anymore ?
Any suggestion for me ?

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Old 23rd July 2008, 11:30
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suse 9.3 is to old and not supported anymore ?
Yes, Suse 9.3 is too old, there are no security updates available anymore.
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