OpenSSL to Fix Mystery "High Severity" Security Flaw
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On Thursday, OpenSSL is going to fix several security holes, one of which it has labeled “high” severity. The announcement is been made on the mailing list note by the OpenSSL staffer Matt Caswell.
“The OpenSSL project team would like to announce the forthcoming release of OpenSSL versions 1.0.2a, 1.0.1m, 1.0.0r and 0.9.8zf,” the message reads.Maybe for the security purpose and prevention of the attacks, details about the flaw has not been discussed. The release of the patched version will be made available on 19th March.
Earlier last year, researchers have discovered a high-risk vulnerability on OpenSSL dubbed as HeartBleed, a security flaw that allows attackers to steal the security keys used for website encryption and decryption.
HeartBleed was amongst the biggest vulnerability in the history of Intenet, that put more than half of the internet under threats.
Moreover recently, researcher also found that OpenSSL was affected by another security flaw "FREAK".
Experts are speculating the new bug could be the next Heartbleed vulnerability.