Just looking at the IPSec docs, and it mentions:
"Secure DNS - A version of the DNS or Domain Name Service enhanced with
authentication services. This is being designed by the IETF DNS security
working group. The BIND 8.2 implementation is available for download"
Does anyone know if the standard Bind 8.2.2 that ships with most current
OSes has support for secure DNS by default, or is it "upgrade to Bind
9"/"recompile 8.2.2 with this patch time" ?
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