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Security Advisory: DNS BIND Security Advisory: RRSIG Queries Can Trigger Server Crash When Using Response Policy Zones
May 06 2011 12:23AM
Barry Greene (bgreene senki org)
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Note: https://www.isc.org/CVE-2011-1907 is the authoritative source
for this Security Advisory. Please check the source for any updates.
Summary: When a name server is configured with a response policy zone
(RPZ), queries for type RRSIG can trigger a server crash.
Posting date: 05 May 2011
Program Impacted: BIND
Versions affected: 9.8.0
Description: This advisory only affects BIND users who are using the
RPZ feature configured for RRset replacement. BIND 9.8.0 introduced
Response Policy Zones (RPZ), a mechanism for modifying DNS responses
returned by a recursive server according to a set of rules which are
either defined locally or imported from a reputation provider. In
typical configurations, RPZ is used to force NXDOMAIN responses for
untrusted names. It can also be used for RRset replacement, i.e.,
returning a positive answer defined by the response policy. When RPZ
is being used, a query of type RRSIG for a name configured for RRset
replacement will trigger an assertion failure and cause the name
server process to exit.
Workarounds: Install 9.8.0-P1 or higher.
Active exploits: None. However, some DNSSEC validators are known to
send type=RRSIG queries, innocently triggering the failure.
Solution: Use RPZ only for forcing NXDOMAIN responses and not for
CVSS Score: Base 6.1, adjusted for lack of targets, score is 1.5
For more information on the Common Vulnerability Scoring System and to
obtain your specific environmental score please visit:
Thank you to Mitsuru Shimamura at Internet Initiative Japan for
finding this defect.
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products, please visit
For more information about DNS RPZ, please check security advisory @
Questions about this Security Advisory should be sent to the ISC
Security Officer <security-officer (at) isc (dot) org [email concealed]>.
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