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Number of commits found: 35

Fri, 7 Feb 2014
[ 09:16 mat ] Original commit 
343206 dns/bind98/Makefile
343206 dns/bind98/distinfo
Use a permanent name for the patch. (same file, the other was a symlink.)

Sponsored by:	Absolight
[ 09:10 mat ] Original commit 
343204 dns/bind98/Makefile
343204 dns/bind98/distinfo
Unbreak in the RPZRRL_PATCH case, patch has been released.

Many thanks to:	Vernon Schryver
Sponsored by:	Absolight
Fri, 31 Jan 2014
[ 09:06 mat ] Original commit 
341951 dns/bind98/Makefile
341951 dns/bind98/distinfo
341951 dns/bind98/pkg-plist
Update to 9.8.7.

Changes:	https://lists.isc.org/pipermail/bind-announce/2014-January/000895.html
Sponsored by:	Absolight
Mon, 13 Jan 2014
[ 17:38 mat ] Original commit 
339612 dns/bind96/Makefile
339612 dns/bind96/distinfo
339612 dns/bind98/Makefile
339612 dns/bind98/distinfo
339612 dns/bind99/Makefile
339612 dns/bind99/distinfo
339612 security/vuxml/vuln.xml
Security update to fix CVE-2014-0591 as reported at
https://kb.isc.org/article/AA-01078/74/

9.9.4 -> 9.9.4-P2
9.8.6 -> 9.8.6-P2
9.6-ESV-R10 -> 9.6-ESV-R10-P2

Security:	CVE-2014-0591 Remote DOS
Sat, 28 Sep 2013
[ 12:32 erwin ] Original commit 
328564 dns/bind98/Makefile
328564 dns/bind98/distinfo
328564 dns/bind98/pkg-plist
Update to 9.8.6
Sat, 27 Jul 2013
[ 21:08 roberto ] Original commit 
323808 dns/bind98/Makefile
323808 dns/bind98/distinfo
323808 dns/bind99/Makefile
323808 dns/bind99/distinfo
Update the RPZ+RL patches for both versions.

Approved by:	erwin
Fri, 26 Jul 2013
[ 22:19 roberto ] Original commit 
323758 dns/bind98/distinfo
323758 dns/bind99/distinfo
Put back the two patches for RPZ-RL that were removed during the previous
update.
[ 22:05 roberto ] Original commit 
323757 dns/bind98/Makefile
323757 dns/bind98/distinfo
323757 dns/bind99/Makefile
323757 dns/bind99/distinfo
Security update to fix CVE-2013-4854 as reported at
https://kb.isc.org/article/AA-01015/0

9.9.3-p1 -> 9.9.3-P2
9.8.5-p1 -> 9.8.5-P2

9.6.x is not affected, neither is 10.x.

Security:	CVE-2013-4854 Remote DOS
Wed, 5 Jun 2013
[ 11:49 erwin ] Original commit 
319983 dns/bind98/Makefile
319983 dns/bind98/distinfo
Update to 9.8.5-P1

Security Fixes

   Prevents exploitation of a runtime_check which can crash named
   when satisfying a recursive query for particular malformed zones.
   (CVE-2013-3919) [RT #33690]

   A deliberately constructed combination of records could cause
   named to hang while populating the additional section of a
   response. (CVE-2012-5166) [RT #31090]

   Now supports NAPTR regular expression validation on all platforms,
   and avoids memory exhaustion compiling pathological regular
   expressions. (CVE-2013-2266)  [RT #32688]
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Fri, 31 May 2013
[ 09:32 erwin ] Original commit 
319472 dns/bind98/Makefile
319472 dns/bind98/distinfo
319472 dns/bind98/pkg-plist
Update to 9.8.5
[ 08:10 erwin ] Original commit 
319468 dns/bind98/Makefile
319468 dns/bind98/distinfo
319468 dns/bind99/Makefile
319468 dns/bind99/distinfo
Update RPZ and RRL patch set:

  - address the issue raised by Bob Harold. RRL on recursive servers
     applies rate limits after waiting for recursion except on
     sub-domains of domains for which the server is authoritative.

  - fix the bug reported by Roy Arends in which "slipped" NXDOMAIN
     responses had rcode values of 0 (NoError) instead of 3 (NXDOMAIN).

  - move reports of RRL drop and slip actions from the "queries"
     log category to the "query-errors" category. Because they are not
     in the "queres" category, enabling or disabling query logging no
     longer affects them.
Wed, 17 Apr 2013
[ 07:57 erwin ] Original commit 
315942 dns/bind98/Makefile
315942 dns/bind98/distinfo
315942 dns/bind99/Makefile
315942 dns/bind99/distinfo
Update RPZ+RRL patchset to the latest version.

The change makes "slip 1;" send only truncated (TC=1) responses.
Without the change, "slip 1;" is the same as the default of "slip 2;".
That default, which alternates truncated with dropped responses
when the rate limit is exceeded, is better for authoritative DNS
servers, because it further reduces the amplification of an attack
from about 1X to about 0.5X.

DNS RRL is not recommended for recursive servers.

Feature safe:	yes
Wed, 27 Mar 2013
[ 07:55 erwin ] Original commit 
315355 dns/bind98/Makefile
315355 dns/bind98/distinfo
Update to 9.8.4-P2

Removed the check for regex.h in configure in order
to disable regex syntax checking, as it exposes
BIND to a critical flaw in libregex on some
platforms. [RT #32688]

Security:	CVE-2013-2266
Fri, 15 Mar 2013
[ 10:56 erwin ] Original commit 
314294 dns/bind98/Makefile
314294 dns/bind98/distinfo
Update the RPZ+RRL patch files which remove
working files that should not have been in the patches[1]
Also move to a versioned filename for the patches[2]

Submitted by:	Robert Sargent <robtsgt@gmail.com> [1],
		Vernon Schryver <vjs@rhyolite.com> [2]
Tue, 5 Feb 2013
[ 09:35 erwin ] Original commit 
311684 dns/bind98/distinfo
Update RPZ+RRL patch to 028.23

A serious Multiple Zone Response Policy Zone (RPZ2)
Speed Improvement bug has been fixed.

`./configure --enable-rpz-nsip --enable-rpz-nsdname`
is now the default.

Responses affected by the all-per-second parameter
are always dropped. The slip value has no effect on them.

There are improved log messages for responses that aredropped or "slipped,"
because they would require an
excessive identical referral.
Wed, 9 Jan 2013
[ 10:20 erwin ] Original commit 
310131 dns/bind98/Makefile
310131 dns/bind98/distinfo
310131 dns/bind99/Makefile
310131 dns/bind99/distinfo
Update the response rate limiting patch to the latest
released version of January 5, 2013.

This also includes performance patches to the BIND9
Response Policy Zones (DNS RPZ), Single Zone Response
Policy Zone (RPZ) Speed Improvement, in the same
patch.

More information: http://ss.vix.su/~vjs/rrlrpz.html
Fri, 4 Jan 2013
[ 10:39 erwin ] Original commit 
309924 dns/bind98/Makefile
309924 dns/bind98/distinfo
309924 dns/bind99/Makefile
309924 dns/bind99/distinfo
Add experimental option for Response Rate Limiting patch.
Wed, 5 Dec 2012
[ 07:46 erwin ] Original commit 
308317 dns/bind98/Makefile
308317 dns/bind98/distinfo
308317 dns/bind99/Makefile
308317 dns/bind99/distinfo
308317 security/vuxml/vuln.xml
Update to the latest patch level from ISC:

  BIND 9 nameservers using the DNS64 IPv6 transition mechanism are
  vulnerable to a software defect that allows a crafted query to
  crash the server with a REQUIRE assertion failure.  Remote
  exploitation of this defect can be achieved without extensive
  effort, resulting in a denial-of-service (DoS) vector against
  affected servers.

Security:	2892a8e2-3d68-11e2-8e01-0800273fe665
		CVE-2012-5688
Feature safe:	yes
Fri, 19 Oct 2012
[ 09:32 erwin ] Original commit 
306112 dns/bind98/Makefile
306112 dns/bind98/distinfo
Update to 9.8.4

Feature safe:	yes
Wed, 10 Oct 2012
[ 11:54 erwin ] Original commit 
305645 dns/bind96/Makefile
305645 dns/bind96/distinfo
305645 dns/bind97/Makefile
305645 dns/bind97/distinfo
305645 dns/bind98/Makefile
305645 dns/bind98/distinfo
305645 dns/bind99/Makefile
305645 dns/bind99/distinfo
305645 security/vuxml/vuln.xml
Upgrade to the latest BIND patch level:

A deliberately constructed combination of records could cause named
to hang while populating the additional section of a response.

Security:	 
http://www.vuxml.org/freebsd/57a700f9-12c0-11e2-9f86-001d923933b6.html
Wed, 19 Sep 2012
[ 03:46 dougb ] Original commit 
304476 dns/bind96/Makefile
304476 dns/bind96/distinfo
304476 dns/bind97/Makefile
304476 dns/bind97/distinfo
304476 dns/bind98/Makefile
304476 dns/bind98/distinfo
304476 dns/bind99/Makefile
304476 dns/bind99/distinfo
304476 security/vuxml/vuln.xml
Upgrade to the latest BIND patch level:

Prevents a crash when queried for a record whose RDATA exceeds
65535 bytes.

Prevents a crash when validating caused by using "Bad cache" data
before it has been initialized.

ISC_QUEUE handling for recursive clients was updated to address
a race condition that could cause a memory leak. This rarely
occurred with UDP clients, but could be a significant problem
for a server handling a steady rate of TCP queries.

A condition has been corrected where improper handling of
zero-length RDATA could cause undesirable behavior, including
termination of the named process.

For more information: https://kb.isc.org/article/AA-00788
Tue, 24 Jul 2012
[ 19:23 dougb ] Original commit 
301487 dns/bind96/Makefile
301487 dns/bind96/distinfo
301487 dns/bind97/Makefile
301487 dns/bind97/distinfo
301487 dns/bind98/Makefile
301487 dns/bind98/distinfo
301487 dns/bind99/Makefile
301487 dns/bind99/distinfo
301487 security/vuxml/vuln.xml
Heavy DNSSEC Validation Load Can Cause a "Bad Cache" Assertion Failure
in BIND9

High numbers of queries with DNSSEC validation enabled can cause an
assertion failure in named, caused by using a "bad cache" data structure
before it has been initialized.

CVE: CVE-2012-3817
Posting date: 24 July, 2012
Mon, 4 Jun 2012
[ 21:51 dougb ] Original commit 
1.122 dns/bind96/Makefile
1.73 dns/bind96/distinfo
1.25 dns/bind97/Makefile
1.19 dns/bind97/distinfo
1.15 dns/bind98/Makefile
1.13 dns/bind98/distinfo
1.9 dns/bind99/Makefile
1.7 dns/bind99/distinfo
1.2724 security/vuxml/vuln.xml
Upgrade to 9.6-ESV-R7-P1, 9.7.6-P1, 9.8.3-P1, and 9.9.1-P1, the latest
from ISC. These patched versions contain a critical bugfix:

  Processing of DNS resource records where the rdata field is zero length
  may cause various issues for the servers handling them.

  Processing of these records may lead to unexpected outcomes. Recursive
  servers may crash or disclose some portion of memory to the client.
  Secondary servers may crash on restart after transferring a zone
  containing these records. Master servers may corrupt zone data if the
  zone option "auto-dnssec" is set to "maintain". Other unexpected
  problems that are not listed here may also be encountered.

All BIND users are strongly encouraged to upgrade.
Wed, 23 May 2012
[ 04:41 dougb ] Original commit 
1.121 dns/bind96/Makefile
1.72 dns/bind96/distinfo
1.24 dns/bind97/Makefile
1.18 dns/bind97/distinfo
1.14 dns/bind98/Makefile
1.12 dns/bind98/distinfo
Upgrade to BIND versions 9.9.1, 9.8.3, 9.7.6, and 9.6-ESV-R7,
the latest from ISC. These versions all contain the following:

Feature Change

*  BIND now recognizes the TLSA resource record type, created to
   support IETF DANE (DNS-based Authentication of Named Entities)
   [RT #28989]

Bug Fix

*  The locking strategy around the handling of iterative queries
   has been tuned to reduce unnecessary contention in a multi-
   threaded environment.

Each version also contains other critical bug fixes.

All BIND users are encouraged to upgrade to these latest versions.
Thu, 12 Apr 2012
[ 00:56 dougb ] Original commit 
1.11 dns/bind98/distinfo
BIND 9.8.2 tarball was re-rolled to remove 9.8.1 release notes. This change
was noticed by ISC at:

https://lists.isc.org/pipermail/bind-users/2012-April/087345.html

and verified by me both by comparing the contents of the old and new
distfiles and by verifying the PGP signature on the new distfile.

No PORTREVISION bump because these files were not installed.
Wed, 4 Apr 2012
[ 21:41 dougb ] Original commit 
1.13 dns/bind98/Makefile
1.10 dns/bind98/distinfo
1.3 dns/bind98/pkg-plist
Update to version 9.8.2, the latest from ISC, which contains numerous bug fixes.

For the port, switch to using the PORTDOCS macro.

Feature safe:   yes
Wed, 16 Nov 2011
[ 23:41 dougb ] Original commit 
1.119 dns/bind96/Makefile
1.70 dns/bind96/distinfo
1.22 dns/bind97/Makefile
1.16 dns/bind97/distinfo
1.12 dns/bind98/Makefile
1.9 dns/bind98/distinfo
Upgrade to the latest security patch releases to address the
following DDOS bug:

Recursive name servers are failing with an assertion:
INSIST(! dns_rdataset_isassociated(sigrdataset))

At this time it is not thought that authoritative-only servers
are affected, but information about this bug is evolving rapidly.

Because it may be possible to trigger this bug even on networks
that do not allow untrusted users to access the recursive name
servers (perhaps via specially crafted e-mail messages, and/or
malicious web sites) it is recommended that ALL operators of
recursive name servers upgrade immediately.

For more information see:
https://www.isc.org/software/bind/advisories/cve-2011-tbd
which will be updated as more information becomes available.

https://cve.mitre.org/cgi-bin/cvename.cgi?name=CVE-2011-4313

Feature safe:   yes
Thu, 1 Sep 2011
[ 04:43 dougb ] Original commit 
1.11 dns/bind98/Makefile
1.8 dns/bind98/distinfo
1.2 dns/bind98/files/patch-bin__nsupdate__nsupdate.c
1.2 dns/bind98/pkg-plist
Upgrade to version 9.8.1. Release notes at:

https://deepthought.isc.org/article/AA-00446/81/
or
/usr/local/share/doc/bind98/CHANGES

Remove the patch incorporated upstream, and add new include to plist.
Tue, 5 Jul 2011
[ 21:19 dougb ] Original commit 
1.9 dns/bind98/Makefile
1.7 dns/bind98/distinfo
1.2 dns/bind98/files/patch-bin__named__query.c
Update to versions 9.8.0-P4, 9.7.3-P3, and 9.6-ESV-R4-P3.

ALL BIND USERS ENCOURAGED TO UPGRADE IMMEDIATELY

This update addresses the following vulnerabilities:

CVE-2011-2464
=============
Severity:       High
Exploitable:    Remotely

Description:

A defect in the affected BIND 9 versions allows an attacker to remotely
cause the "named" process to exit using a specially crafted packet. This
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Fri, 27 May 2011
[ 23:47 dougb ] Original commit 
1.8 dns/bind98/Makefile
1.6 dns/bind98/distinfo
1.1 dns/bind98/files/patch-bin__named__query.c
1.1 dns/bind98/files/patch-bin__nsupdate__nsupdate.c
Upgrade to 9.8.0-P2, which addresses the following issues:

1. Very large RRSIG RRsets included in a negative cache can trigger
an assertion failure that will crash named (BIND 9 DNS) due to an
off-by-one error in a buffer size check.

This bug affects all resolving name servers, whether DNSSEC validation
is enabled or not, on all BIND versions prior to today. There is a
possibility of malicious exploitation of this bug by remote users.

2. Named could fail to validate zones listed in a DLV that validated
insecure without using DLV and had DS records in the parent zone.

Add a patch provided by ru@ and confirmed by ISC to fix a crash at
shutdown time when a SIG(0) key is being used.

Add a patch from ISC that will be in 9.8.1 to handle intermittent
failure of recursive queries involving CNAMEs and previously cached
responses.
Fri, 6 May 2011
[ 21:13 dougb ] Original commit 
1.7 dns/bind98/Makefile
1.5 dns/bind98/distinfo
Upgrade to version 9.8.0-P1:

Certain response policy zone configurations could trigger an INSIST
when receiving a query of type RRSIG.

https://www.isc.org/CVE-2011-1907

This vulnerability is only possible if you have enable the new RPZ feature.
Wed, 2 Mar 2011
[ 00:27 dougb ] Original commit 
1.6 dns/bind98/Makefile
1.4 dns/bind98/distinfo
This is 9.8.0, the first release version in the 9.8 series.

New features versus previous release candidates include:

* There is a new option in dig, +onesoa, that allows the final SOA
  record in an AXFR response to be suppressed. [RT #20929
* There is additional information displayed in the recursing log
  (qtype, qclass, qid and whether we are following the original
  name). [RT #22043]
* Added option 'resolver-query-timeout' in named.conf (max query
  timeout in seconds) to set a different value than the default (30
  seconds). A value of 0 means 'use the compiled in default';
  anything longer than 30 will be silently set to 30. [RT #22852]
* For Mac OS X, you can now have the test interfaces used during
  "make test" stay beyond reboot. See bin/tests/system/README for
  details.

There are also numerous bug fixes and enhancements. See
http://ftp.isc.org/isc/bind9/9.8.0/RELEASE-NOTES-BIND-9.8.html
for more information.
Tue, 15 Feb 2011
[ 01:50 dougb ] Original commit 
1.5 dns/bind98/Makefile
1.3 dns/bind98/distinfo
Update to 9.8.0rc1, the latest from ISC:

 * The ADB hash table stores informations about which authoritative
   servers to query about particular domains. Previous versions of
   BIND had the hash table size as a fixed value. On a busy recursive
   server, this could lead to hash table collisions in the ADB cache,
   resulting in degraded response time to queries. Bind 9.8 now has a
   dynamically scalable ADB hash table, which helps a busy server to
   avoid hash table collisions and maintain a consistent query
   response time.
Sat, 22 Jan 2011
[ 07:43 dougb ] Original commit 
1.4 dns/bind98/Makefile
1.2 dns/bind98/distinfo
Update to 9.8.0b1, which in addition to DNS64 support also has
the following new features:

* BIND now supports a new zone type, static-stub. This allows the
administrator of a recursive nameserver to force queries for a
particular zone to go to IP addresses of the administrator's choosing,
on a per zone basis, both globally or per view.

* BIND now supports Response Policy Zones, a way of expressing
"reputation" in real time via specially constructed DNS zones. See the
draft specification here:
http://ftp.isc.org/isc/dnsrpz/isc-tn-2010-1.txt

* Dynamically Loadable Zones (DLZ) now support dynamic updates.
Contributed by Andrew Tridgell of the Samba Project.
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Fri, 17 Dec 2010
[ 22:48 dougb ] Original commit 
1.123 dns/Makefile
1.1 dns/bind98/Makefile
1.1 dns/bind98/distinfo
1.1 dns/bind98/pkg-descr
1.1 dns/bind98/pkg-plist
Add a -devel port for 9.8.0a1, which will allow people to experiment
with DNS64. Once 9.8.0 is released officially the -devel tag will be
removed.

BIND version 9 is a major rewrite of nearly all aspects of the underlying BIND
architecture.  Some of the important features of BIND 9 are:

DNS Security: DNSSEC (signed zones), TSIG (signed DNS requests)
IP version 6: Answers DNS queries on IPv6 sockets, IPv6 resource records (AAAA)
     Experimental IPv6 Resolver Library
DNS Protocol Enhancements: IXFR, DDNS, Notify, EDNS0
     Improved standards conformance
Views: One server process can provide multiple "views" of the DNS namespace,
     e.g. an "inside" view to certain clients, and an "outside" view to others.
Multiprocessor Support

BIND 9.8 includes a number of changes from BIND 9.7 and earlier releases,
including:
        Preliminary DNS64 support (AAAA synthesis only initially)

See the CHANGES file for more information on features.

WWW: https://www.isc.org/software/bind

Number of commits found: 35

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