Isaac Posted June 14, 2015 Share Posted June 14, 2015 I recently noticed that the OpenBSD guys have made a fork of OpenSSL. (In case you don't know, they made OpenSSH which is used by many big businesses (Apple for instance)...which apparently haven't donated http://www.openssh.com/ ) Anyways, they are known for making their stuff ridiculously secure against attacks, and have made many security changes in their SSL fork which is available - http://www.libressl.org/ Wikipedia has some nice info about it too - https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/LibreSSL One reason this makes me excited to see that they have made a fork of OpenSSL is because apparently the famous HeartBleed exploit could have been fairly easily prevented using their compiler methods - http://article.gmane.org/gmane.os.openbsd.misc/211963 By the way, thanks for making Mumble! :D (regardless of whether you implement LibreSSL) Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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