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To have it fixed in 2.2, patching is needed (and so recompilation).

True, it's hard to make such attacks against these secuirty holes, but so what?

Crackers love nothing more than to work on difficult problems.

This, however, failed completely, probably due to an API change.

I can't tell if there's such a change after 1.0.0, but if the OP upgrades Open SSL to improve security, I'd recommend upgrading httpd to 2.4 anyway, as there are important security enhancements - search for Logjam and Diffie-Hellman Groups with Apache 2.2.

At first glance, you might not think that the latest set of Open SSL security patches are that important.

Sure, there's a dozen of them and two are serious, but are they really that bad? True, some operating systems, such as Red Hat Linux Enterprise (RHEL), aren't greatly impacted by these latest problems.

As long as your upgrade of Open SSL does not change the path to the library, all you need to do is upgrade Open SSL, and then restart Apache so that the new Open SSL library is loaded.

The last time that Open SSL changed the library paths was in 1.0.0, I believe, so if you are updating from 1.0.0 or later, it should be fine. 0.9.8), you will need to rebuild mod_ssl after rebuilding Open SSL.

As anyone who's ever done much programing can guess that NULL pointer can, in turn, be used to knock the target program off the server. At least one researcher, David Ramos has reported that, "I have [a] working exploit for upcoming CVE-2015-0291 1.0.2 server Do S.

Typically this would be used as a Denial of Service (Do S) attack on a Web server. As far as I know not active in wild." Give it time. Several other problems have also been fixed which can lead to Do S attacks.

Years ago, I tried to upgrade libssl from 0.9.7 to 0.9.8 IIRC.

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