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Bulletin: 'Dangerous' Linux worm in the wild
Lion takes advantage of a vulnerability in the Internet Software Consortium's Berkeley Internet Name Domain (BIND) server that was disclosed in January (see story). BIND allows Domain Name System (DNS) servers to translate text-based Web addresses, such as Computerworld.com, into appropriately numbered IP addresses that can be used by computers to direct traffic on the Net.
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