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  1. #1

    how to Migrate Bind to DJBDNS?

    I know Bind server is very unsecure and i want to protect my server by switching to DJBDNS, how can i do this?

    I have cpanel and whm and Centos 4.2

    how can i migrate existing info on Bind to DJBDNS, quick and painless

    thank :-)

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    You can't, as long as you are running cPanel. It only supports Bind.

  3. #3
    aww that really suck

    got to find a way to secure bind server ><

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    What are you worried about with your bind server?
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    Then you must switch to qmail also, qmail is much secure than exim :-)

    I never faced any problem with bind, if any problem is reported, there will be a solution for that and cpanel auto update your software when new version is available.

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    i got hack last time from it.

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    Can you tell how you get hacked because of BIND ? How you know it was because of BIND and not any other services ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by coolnyc
    i got hack last time from it.
    Seeing how bind runs the majority (last I read) of the DNS servers throughout the world, I think the issue lies with the admin and not the software. Keep an eye on security and your software up to date and you will not be facing problems like being hacked.
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    I highly doubt you got hacked because of bind, unless you are running some old version of redhat like 7.1.. heh
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    Yea im sure its possible, but very unlikely bind was the casue.
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