207.3 - Securing a DNS Server (Running BIND in a Chroot Jail)

Length: 00:13:01

Lesson Summary: As part of a secure BIND implementation, you can configure a new "root directory" to isolate the named service from any other directory or configuration file that could potentially be a security risk. This is done through the use of 'chroot jails'. In this video, we will manually configure a jail where our service to run securely.

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