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Why running named(bind) in chroot is so important for security? Or maybe it is not ?

I'm playing with bind and started wondering why this software is for example in CentOS running in chroot. Don't misunderstood me I know what bind is and what chroot (jail) is for. But my main wonder ...
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ubuntu bind9 AppArmor read permission denied (chroot jail)

I am trying to run bind9 with chroot jail. I followed the steps mentioned at : http://www.howtoforge.com/debian_bind9_master_slave_system I am getting the following errors in my syslog: Jul 27 ...
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Do I need to chroot BIND 9 if I'm using AppArmor? [duplicate]

Possible Duplicate: bind9 in a chroot jail - necessary or not? I'm redoing my external dns servers and thinking about skipping chroot this time. And using apparmor or selinux as an ...
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bind9 in a chroot jail - necessary or not?

I always used to keep my bind9 installation in a chroot jail. Now I upgraded my vServer and have to install bind9 over again. Due to the virtualization solution my hosting provider uses, I cannot ...
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/dev/null , /dev/random and chrooted bind

Hy, Why a chrooted bind need to mknod dev/null and dev/random ? Howto say it's necessary but without explain reasons, I administrate chrooted bind servers without theses options, and all seems to ...
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Running BIND9 In chroot

I am trying to running bind9, on a ubuntu box, in a chroot jail, as discussed in "Linux System Administration" (Adelstein & Lubanovic). The command "sudo /etc/init.d/bind9 start" is generating ...