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Id: 12679
Status: new
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Queue: DNS-ZoneParse

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Severity: Critical
Broken in: 0.95
Fixed in: (no value)



Subject: Backslash in zone data
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If one has a backslash in the name of a zone, for example 25 PTR 25/128 Then DNS::ZoneParse removes the backslash and all the data that follows it, so it displays the entry above as 25 PTR 25
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[guest - Wed May 4 12:38:53 2005]: Show quoted text
> If one has a backslash in the name of a zone, for example > > 25 PTR 25/128 > > Then DNS::ZoneParse removes the backslash and all the data that > follows it, so it displays the entry above as > > 25 PTR 25
The fix is simple, change line 192 in ZoneParse.pm to my $valid_name = qr/[\@a-z_\-\.0-9\*\/]+/i;


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