a “grand redesign” of the OpenSSL random number generator
Wasn't that in the first version of LibreSSL?
Developers working with OpenSSL can finally start to work with TLS 1.3, thanks to the alpha version of OpenSSL 1.1.1 that landed yesterday. Getting TLS 1.3 into users hands and working with infrastructure has been a long, slow process: the first version of its Internet-Draft dates back to April 2014, it reached version 23 in …
This is great, I invite everyone to test this version, we have to find and squash bugs still present and need everybody's help. This library is used in a gazillion pieces of software on all currently developed platforms, we need to help the OpenSSL guyz here ... just download, compile, run a few tests and report any issues you find - we need everybody to join in because this software is used by every single netizen.
And beer due for the OpenSSL team!
Easy there cowboy, while I respect your enthusiasm to help get this rolled out, we do want to make note of the key component of both that title and the point of release; OpenSSL alpha. This stuff be sandbox/playtime only in my books. Which is why I'm rejecting a code promotion from an idiot developer who cannot read. This goes nowhere near prod systems yet.
I have a vm or three what will get this, but I'll be kicking this off the Dev host now.
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