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The response_addname function in response.c in Daniel J. Bernstein djbdns 1.05 and earlier does not constrain offsets in the required manner, which allows remote attackers, with control over a third-party subdomain served by tinydns and axfrdns, to trigger DNS responses containing arbitrary records via crafted zone data for this subdomain.
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