Release Notes: A fix for long-standing protocol incompatibility in DNSSEC support, avoiding fwd'ing to root name servers if response will be rejected, a port to Cygwin, several new contributed features, a fix for a file descriptor leak in resolver, numerous portability improvements, and numerous bugfixes.
Release Notes: This is a maintenance release, containing fixes for a number of bugs in 9.1.1 but no new features. It is recommend that all users of earlier versions of BIND 9 upgrade to 9.1.2. DNSSEC users should note that DNSSEC validation involving algorithms other than RSA will not interoperate between this version of BIND and version 9.1.1 or older, because the older versions use an incorrect formula for calculating key tags of non-RSA keys.
Release Notes: This is a maintenance release, fixing a number of bugs in BIND 9.1.0.
Release Notes: Fixes for several serious security holes, many bugfixes (especially to IXFR and TSIG), and a new "ndc reload -noexpired" feature. "ndc status" shows config file name and age. Stuck stale queries are ignored after long zone load delay, TTL 0 is allowed in zone files, and portability fixes were made for WinNT. Several contrib/ packages were updated, a port to Darwin (Mac OS X) was made, and forwarders are used in order by measured RTT.
Release Notes: This release adds many BIND 8 features previously unimplemented in BIND 9, forwarding of dynamic update requests, a new, simplified database interface, faster lookups, experimental implementations of a number of DNS protocols extensions still under development in the IETF, and cryptographic operations which are now based on OpenSSL.
Release Notes: This is a release candidate for 9.1.0. A number of bugs in 9.1.0b3 have been fixed.
Release Notes: Fixes for a number of bugs in 9.1.0b2 and improved query performance, particularly on multiprocessors.
Release Notes: This is a maintenance release which fixes a number of bugs found in BIND 9.0.0. There are no new features, with the exception of a few minor enhancements to dig, host, and nslookup.
Release Notes: This release fixes the "ZXFR" denial of service attack, the "division by 0" denial of service attack, and various other random problems.
Release Notes: BIND 9.0.1rc2 is a release candidate for BIND 9.0.1, with fixes for a number of bugs in BIND 9.0.0 but no new features (with the exception of a few minor features added to dig, host, and nslookup).