When serious security problems in OpenSSL are discovered and corrected, the OpenSSL project issues a security advisory, describing the problem and containing a pointer to the fix.
If you would like advanced notice of vulnerabilities before they are released to the general public, then please join Operating system distribution security contact lists at OpenWall's OSS Security.
If you think your have discovered a problem that has security implications then send details to firstname.lastname@example.org
The list below contains references where there is additional information on an issue which may assist OpenSSL users in understanding or responding to an issue.
|Date||Advisory||Description||CVE||Affected Versions||Fixed In Versions||Additional Information|
|05-Jun-2014||SECADV_20140605||SSL/TLS MITM vulnerability (and others)||CVE-2014-0224||OpenSSL-0.9.8a-z, OpenSSL-1.0.0a-l, OpenSSL-1.0.1a-g||OpenSSL-0.9.8za, OpenSSL-1.0.0m, OpenSSL-1.0.1h||SECADV_20140605|
|07-Apr-2014||SECADV_20140407||TLS heartbeat read overrun||CVE-2014-1060|| OpenSSL-1.0.1a to OpenSSL-1.0.1f