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High-risk internet server exploit goes wild
An exploit that a hacker could use to crash internet servers is being used in the wild.
The exploit targets a vulnerability in Bind 9, the most widely used DNS server standard, warned the Internet Systems Consortium (ISC) on Tuesday. ISC is the organisation that supports Bind.
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