seemingly dapper hasn't availed of backports from later version beyond
0.9.8a unless you did this modification yourself (which i have done on
php and mysql packages)
So just dpkg -l | grep ssl
find out what version your libssl and openssl packages are.
So as i understand it, if they are 0.9.8c you may have issues.
Frank Peelo wrote:
> Justin Mason wrote:
>> Justin Mason writes:
>>>>> Luke Ashe-Browne writes:
>>>>>>> I have an ssl cert on my web server i've been running for over a year
>>>> and a half (dapper drake) and this should remain unaffected?
>>>> libssl 0.9.8a, I won't have to patch and regenerate?
>>>>>> actually it looks like you probably will :(
>>>>>> oops. actually no, I'm wrong, ignore me, Dapper isn't vulnerable...
>> Is that still true if you've been applying patches and keeping your
> system up to date?
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