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Internet Software Consortium's in a BIND with users

In response to the revelation of several holes in its BIND domain name server software this week, the Internet Software Consortium is starting a fee-based, members-only forum, a move that many observers feel will only worsen the software's security problems. The . . .
In response to the revelation of several holes in its BIND domain name server software this week, the Internet Software Consortium is starting a fee-based, members-only forum, a move that many observers feel will only worsen the software's security problems. The forum will be open only to the ISC itself, vendors that include BIND in their products, root and top-level domain name server operators, and other qualified parties admitted at the ISC's discretion.

Forum members will receive early warnings of security and other problems with BIND (Berkeley Internet Name Domain) software--and that angers many of BIND's users.

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