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   OpenSSL STATUS                           Last modified at
-  ______________                           $Date: 2002/12/27 15:04:45 $
+  ______________                           $Date: 2007/10/19 08:26:03 $
 
   DEVELOPMENT STATE
 
-    o  OpenSSL 0.9.8:  Under development...
-    o  OpenSSL 0.9.7-beta6: Released on December 17th, 2002
-       Solaris on Sun Ultra (Workshop 6 update 1)      - PASSED with warnings
-                                                         (warnings fixed)
-       Redhat 8 on i386 (gcc 3.2)                      - PASSED
-       Debian GNU/Linux on i386 (kernel 2.4.19, gxx 2.95.4) - PASSED
-       Windows CE on HPC Pro 2.11                      - PASSED
-       Windows CE on HPC 2000                          - PASSED
-       Windows CE on PocketPC 2000                     - PASSED
-       Windows CE on PocketPC 2002                     - PASSED
-       VMS (>=6.0 on any platform, DEC C)              - ERROR
-                                                         (errors fixed
-                                                         PR: 407, 413)
-       Windows with MIT Kerberos                       - PASSED
-       Windows 2000 (Cygwin)                           - ERROR
-                                                         (PR: 404)
-       SCO OpenServer, Unixware?                       - ERROR
-    o  OpenSSL 0.9.7-beta5: Released on December  5th, 2002
-    o  OpenSSL 0.9.7-beta4: Released on November 19th, 2002
-    o  OpenSSL 0.9.7-beta3: Released on July     30th, 2002
-    o  OpenSSL 0.9.7-beta2: Released on June     16th, 2002
-    o  OpenSSL 0.9.7-beta1: Released on June      1st, 2002
+    o  OpenSSL 0.9.9:  Under development...
+    o  OpenSSL 0.9.8g: Released on October   19th, 2007
+    o  OpenSSL 0.9.8f: Released on October   11th, 2007
+    o  OpenSSL 0.9.8e: Released on February  23rd, 2007
+    o  OpenSSL 0.9.8d: Released on September 28th, 2006
+    o  OpenSSL 0.9.8c: Released on September  5th, 2006
+    o  OpenSSL 0.9.8b: Released on May        4th, 2006
+    o  OpenSSL 0.9.8a: Released on October   11th, 2005
+    o  OpenSSL 0.9.8:  Released on July       5th, 2005
+    o  OpenSSL 0.9.7i: Released on October   15th, 2005
+    o  OpenSSL 0.9.7h: Released on October   11th, 2005
+    o  OpenSSL 0.9.7g: Released on April     11th, 2005
+    o  OpenSSL 0.9.7f: Released on March     22nd, 2005
+    o  OpenSSL 0.9.7e: Released on October   25th, 2004
+    o  OpenSSL 0.9.7d: Released on March     17th, 2004
+    o  OpenSSL 0.9.7c: Released on September 30th, 2003
+    o  OpenSSL 0.9.7b: Released on April     10th, 2003
+    o  OpenSSL 0.9.7a: Released on February  19th, 2003
+    o  OpenSSL 0.9.7:  Released on December  31st, 2002
+    o  OpenSSL 0.9.6m: Released on March     17th, 2004
+    o  OpenSSL 0.9.6l: Released on November   4th, 2003
+    o  OpenSSL 0.9.6k: Released on September 30th, 2003
+    o  OpenSSL 0.9.6j: Released on April     10th, 2003
+    o  OpenSSL 0.9.6i: Released on February  19th, 2003
     o  OpenSSL 0.9.6h: Released on December   5th, 2002
     o  OpenSSL 0.9.6g: Released on August     9th, 2002
     o  OpenSSL 0.9.6f: Released on August     8th, 2002
 
   RELEASE SHOWSTOPPERS
 
-    o [2002-11-21]
-      PR 343 mentions that scrubbing memory with 'memset(ptr, 0, n)' may
-      be optimized away in modern compilers.  This is definitely not good
-      and needs to be fixed immediately.  The formula to use is presented
-      in:
-
-      http://online.securityfocus.com/archive/82/297918/2002-10-27/2002-11-02/0
-
-      The problem report that mentions this is:
-
-      https://www.aet.TU-Cottbus.DE/rt2/Ticket/Display.html?id=343
+    o The Makefiles fail with some SysV makes.
+    o 
 
   AVAILABLE PATCHES
 
        Private key, certificate and CRL API and implementation.
        Developing and bugfixing PKCS#7 (S/MIME code).
         Various X509 issues: character sets, certificate request extensions.
-    o Geoff and Richard are currently working on:
-       ENGINE (the new code that gives hardware support among others).
     o Richard is currently working on:
-       UI (User Interface)
-       UTIL (a new set of library functions to support some higher level
-             functionality that is currently missing).
-       Shared library support for VMS.
-       Kerberos 5 authentication (Heimdal)
        Constification
-       Compression
        Attribute Certificate support
        Certificate Pair support
        Storage Engines (primarly an LDAP storage engine)