Version 1.3.7 of OpenDNSSEC has now been released.
- OPENDNSSEC-215: Signer Engine: Always recover serial from backup, even if it is corrupted, preventing unnecessary serial decrementals.
- OPENDNSSEC-217: Enforcer: Tries to detect pidfile staleness, so that the daemon will start after a power failure.
- ods-hsmutil: Fixed a small memory leak when printing a DNSKEY.
- OPENDNSSEC-216: Signer Engine: Fix duplicate NSEC3PARAM bug.
- OPENDNSSEC-218: Signer Engine: Prevent endless loop in case the locators in the signer backup files and the HSM are out of sync.
- OPENDNSSEC-225: Fix problem with pid found when not existing.
- SUPPORT-21: HSM SCA 6000 in combination with OpenCryptoki can return RSA key material with leading zeroes. DNSSEC does not allow leading zeroes in key data. You are affected by this bug if your DNSKEY RDATA e.g. begins with “BAABA”. Normal keys begin with e.g. “AwEAA”. OpenDNSSEC will now sanitize incoming data before adding it to the DNSKEY. Do not upgrade to this version if you are affected by the bug. You first need to go unsigned, then do the upgrade, and finally sign your zone again. SoftHSM and other HSM:s will not produce data with leading zeroes and the bug will thus not affect you.
Download the tarball from: opendnssec-1.3.7.tar.gz
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