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Is Vibe 3.4 using OpenSSL or any SSL for HTTPS?

Dear all,

As title, is Vibe 3.4 using OpenSSL or any SSL for HTTPS?


Thanks,
Chris
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Re: Is Vibe 3.4 using OpenSSL or any SSL for HTTPS?

On 15/04/2014 08:36, GLDWF01 wrote:

> As title, is Vibe 3.4 using OpenSSL or any SSL for HTTPS?


Are you asking in relation to the recent Heartbleed OpenSSL vulnerability?

If so, Vibe should be okay as it's only supported on OES, SLES, or
Windows Server, all of which are not vulnerable - regardless of version,
both OES and SLES use OpenSSL version 0.9.8.

HTH.
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Simon
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Re: Is Vibe 3.4 using OpenSSL or any SSL for HTTPS?

Just to be sure, I've tested Vibe on Windows and on SLES with tool: https://github.com/FiloSottile/Heartbleed. Vibe is safe.

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Pawel
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