PowerDNS Remote Cache Poisoning Vulnerability

PowerDNS is prone to a remote cache-poisoning vulnerability because of a weakness in the use of random number generators.

An attacker may leverage this issue to manipulate cache data, potentially facilitating man-in-the-middle, site-impersonation, or denial-of-service attacks.

Versions prior to PowerDNS 3.1.5 are vulnerable to this issue.


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