04-16-2014 06:36 AM
I just wrote an internal whitepaper for my company regarding this.
In a nutshell, you need to check the versions of OpenSSL you are running on your system. You can do this in a couple of ways.
# openssl version
Will check the version that is in your $PATH.
You should probably also check and see if you have multiple versions installed on the system.
One way to do this is:
# swlist -l product openssl
It is entirely possible that you have a version from HP installed, that was installed by default with the OS, and also a separate version that was installed from the HP-UX porting and archive centre.
HP's latest version of OpenSSL is available here, but it is based on ver 0.9.8y and 0.9.7m of OpenSSL.
The latest OpenSSL from the HP-UX porting and archive centre is here:
04-16-2014 06:43 AM
(unless you installed openssl from another source ...)
Hope this helps!
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