Category Archives: OpenSSL

LibreSSL – DEB package for Ubuntu

Earlier today, Logan posted on Mauritius Internet Users discussion list about LibreSSL availability for non-OpenBSD platforms. I had a look at the LibreSSL homepage and definitely you cannot miss the winking LibreSSL Portable notice.

I downloaded the source & compiled it on my Ubuntu 14.04 64bit machine.… Read more ➡

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OpenSSL: More vulnerabilities, CVE-2014-0224

Earlier today, Logan, posted on the LUGM facebook group that he has created a online tool (still in beta) that would test if your server is vulnerable to yet another vulnerability that has been recently discovered in OpenSSL. This particular vulnerability is known as CVE-2014-0224.… Read more ➡

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OpenBSD and the little Mauritian contributor

OpenBSD! I recall it as the blowfish photo someone stuck on the whiteboard during the times I was working at Linkbynet. I had no BSD hands-on-experience before that although I knew about it. My first OpenBSD proper introduction was given by Ronny at Linkbynet when I questioned him about the Blowfish photo. That’s where the […]

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