Unix Review takes a look at
"PowerDNS is an authoritative-only nameserver. This means that it will
answer queries about zones that it is responsible for, but it won't attempt
to find information on another zone/domain. For example, if you set up
PowerDNS to handle "yourdomain.com," it won't answer queries for "mydomain.com"
or "bobsdomain.com". This means that you don't have to worry about a poorly
configured (or maliciously configured) server polluting your nameserver's
(Submitted by Noel Wed Feb 26, 2003 )
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