Subject: Re: your mail
To: nm <firstname.lastname@example.org>
From: Frederick Bruckman <email@example.com>
Date: 12/13/1999 11:45:20
On Mon, 13 Dec 1999, nm wrote:
> I appoligize in advance if this is an inappropriate post.
> I recently installed 1.4.1 on an alpha system and I looked
> to see if there were any security patches that I needed to
> apply, but I did not find any 1.4.1 specific patches. Does
> this imply that 1.4.1 is assumed secure as of now?
> I have always had confidence in the security of NetBSD systems
> (as much confidence if not a little more than I place in any OS).
> I expected to see bind patches here but is the bind in NetBSD 1.4.1
> not affected?
The latest bind8, bind-8.2.2-p5, has been pulled up to the netbsd-1-4
_branch_. You can help with testing the upcoming 1.4.2 _release_ by
updating your sources to the "-rnetbsd-1-4" tag via cvsup or anoncvs.
See the web page for mirrors and methods.
Otherwise, expect to see a 1.4.1->1.4.2 patch under the 1.4.2
directory, whenever 1.4.2 is released.