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OpenSSL Security Advisory [25-Mar-2009]

John Ivy
Frequent Advisor

OpenSSL Security Advisory [25-Mar-2009]

Is there an OpenSSL 0.9.8k for HP-UX 11-23 as referenced in OpenSSL Security Advisory [25-Mar-2009]? I have been unable to find it.
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Steven E. Protter
Exalted Contributor

Re: OpenSSL Security Advisory [25-Mar-2009]

Shalom,

If openssl has been re-released by HP it will be found on http://software.hp.com

For some applications HP software support provides binary replacement but probably not this.

Try this search link:
http://www13.itrc.hp.com/service/james/home.do

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Steven Schweda
Honored Contributor

Re: OpenSSL Security Advisory [25-Mar-2009]

Any reason not to build one yourself?
(Especially if you're in a hurry?)
John Ivy
Frequent Advisor

Re: OpenSSL Security Advisory [25-Mar-2009]

I am sorry I need 0.9.8k per OpenSSL Security Advisory [25-Mar-2009] and that is not in the HP software library that is the reason I asked. As for building it myself I am not that up to speed on building it. I know my organization would feel better with a vendor patch anyway.

Thanks John
John Ivy
Frequent Advisor

Re: OpenSSL Security Advisory [25-Mar-2009]

I am sorry I need 0.9.8k per OpenSSL Security Advisory [25-Mar-2009] and that is not in the HP software library that is the reason I asked. As for building it myself I am not that up to speed on building it. I know my organization would feel better with a vendor patch anyway.

Thanks John
Steven Schweda
Honored Contributor

Re: OpenSSL Security Advisory [25-Mar-2009]

> As for building it myself I am not that up
> to speed on building it.

I believe that the kit includes a file named
"INSTALL", which provides instructions.

> I know my organization would feel better
> with a vendor patch anyway.

In that case, a direct complaint to the
vendor might be appropriate.

As with most open-source software, if you
want the latest code soonest, then you may
need to do some work yourself. "Work or
wait" is my motto. (Well, one of them.)
John Ivy
Frequent Advisor

Re: OpenSSL Security Advisory [25-Mar-2009]

Thanks for the info I will see what management wants.