[PC-BSD Testing] Serious safety bug GnuTLS-bug; is pcbsd effected by this ?

Kris Moore kris at pcbsd.org
Thu Mar 6 06:31:49 PST 2014

On 03/06/2014 03:18, Hans Ruhe wrote:
> Hello Kris and team,
> I read this for Linux, but since BSD is using some elements of Linux,
> I wondered if this bug is also the BSD distrobutions.
> GNU TLS is a library which is taking care of SSL and TLS traffic and
> abusing the bug makes it possible to tap off internettraffic and reroute.
> The bug is taking (or rather not taking care) of that certain
> verification checks are not taking place and that not valid
> certifications are being validated as safe.
> Can you investigate this ?  Fortunately the moment I read this, there
> is a fix available, speaking of timing. But this bug seems to be
> around for quite some time.
> It is being advised to upgrade to version 3.2.12.
> Best regards,
> Hans
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While it doesn't touch the FreeBSD base system, it can touch any
packages which use it. I'm updating our packages with the fix now.

Kris Moore
PC-BSD Software

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