On this page we display a list of vendors and their software affected and not affected by the OpenSSL vulnerability in version 3.X. This page is being updated as soon as we issue the corresponding security bulletin and according of the feedback of the vendors.
Updated: October 30, 2022 – 12:45 APM.
-Ubuntu 22.04 LTS
-Fedora Rawhide LTS
-Linux Mint 21 Vanessa
-CentOS Stream 9
-Mageia Cauldron (3.0.5)
-Alma Linux 9.x
-Alpine Linux Edge
-Debian Sid (unstable)
-Rocky Linux 9
-Redhat ES 9
-NodeJS 18.0.0 and 19.x
Compare Packages Between Distributions (thanks to DistroWatch.com). Select a package to scan for in each distribution: Here.
Don’t hesitate to share with me more details (vendors, software, etc.). Thanks to all the contributors and let me know if you have additional entries. Twitter: @c_glemot
OpenSSL scan commands:
Powershell – Get-ChildItem -Recurse -File -ErrorAction SilentlyContinue -Path “C:\” -Filter “libssl*”
System-wide – openssl version
Running processes – sudo lsof -n | grep http://libssl.so.3
About OpenSSL Vulnerability (October 25th):
Critical OpenSSL Vulnerability version 3.0 and above: OpenSSL has just announced a critical vulnerability in version 3.x. This access vulnerability requires access to private keys and/or risks remote machine access (RCE). Vulnerabilities that can be easily exploited remotely to compromise server private keys or where remote code execution is considered likely in common situations. The patched version 3.0.7 will be released on November 1st following OpenSSL. OpenSSL 3.0.7 update to fix Critical CVE out next Tuesday 1300-1700UTC. Does not affect versions before 3.0.
All users of OpenSSL should use this time to inventory instances of OpenSSL and prepare for immediate patching when this is released. We recommend that you begin identifying your vulnerable systems now and prepare to patch (schedule a Task Force especially on November, 1st).
Organizations, users, get ready! We’ll keep you updated.
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