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djbdns misformats some long response packets; patch and example attack Feb 26 2009 11:34PM
Matthew Dempsky (matthew dempsky org)
The DNS packet format allows names to be compressed by replacing the
suffix of a name with an encoded offset to another location in the
packet where the suffix already exists. Because of the encoding
scheme, valid offsets are limited to < 16384.

In djbdns 1.05, response.c handles name compression....

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