Re: FreeBSD Security Advisory FreeBSD-SA-05:21.openssl

From: Kris Kennaway (
Date: 10/12/05

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    Date: Wed, 12 Oct 2005 16:56:51 -0400
    To: Vladimir Terziev <>

    On Wed, Oct 12, 2005 at 11:14:57AM +0300, Vladimir Terziev wrote:

    > Ok, i think the FreeBSD team should isolate all statically linked ?
    > applications which are part of the operating system and which depend
    > on OpenSSL. They must be re-build (not the whole operating system)
    > in order OpenSSL changes to be applyed to them.

    AFAIK there are no statically linked openssl applications in the
    FreeBSD base system, unless someone has specifically compiled them
    that way on their own.


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    be easily read.


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