Well, BIND is up to 28 published security advisories:
...which not only have included cache poisoning (2003-0914), but many of
them allowed for arbitrary code execution, often as root.
Ok, then I'll ask the obvious...
For those who are, or have been network ops within an Internet Service
Provider environment, what DNS server do you recommend for reliability,
functionality, and most importantly, ease of use so the helpdesk can
make slight changes to client domains when required (hopefully without
having to su to root).
The latter point is why I went from BIND to TinyDNS (VegaDNS) in the
first place, but it's seriously lacking with IPv6 support.
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