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   OpenSSL STATUS                           Last modified at
-  ______________                           $Date: 2000/09/21 10:27:35 $
+  ______________                           $Date: 2003/02/28 15:17:45 $
 
   DEVELOPMENT STATE
 
-    o  OpenSSL 0.9.6:  Under development (in release cycle)...
-                       Proposed release date September 24, 2000
-                       0.9.6-beta1 is available:
-                       OpenBSD-x86 2.7                 - failed
-                               ftime not supported [FIXED]
-                       hpux-parisc-cc 10.20            - passed
-                       hpux-parisc-gcc 10.20           - passed
-                       hpux-parisc-gcc 11.00           - passed
-                       hpux-gcc                        - passed
-                       hpux-brokengcc                  - failed
-                               BN_sqr fails in test
-                       linux-elf                       - passed
-                       linux-sparcv7                   - passed
-                       linux-ppc                       - passed
-                       Solaris [engine]                - failed
-                               speed cswift gives odd errors [FIXED]
-                       solaris-sparcv8-gcc             - passed
-                       solaris-sparcv9-gcc             - passed
-                       solaris-sparcv9-cc              - passed
-                       solaris64-sparcv9-cc            - passed
-                       sco5-gcc                        - passed
-                       sco5-cc                         - passed
-                       FreeBSD                         - passed
-                       Win32 VC++                      - failed
-                               PCURSORINFO not defined unless Win2000 [FIXED]
-                               RAND_poll() problem on Win2000 [FIXED]
-                               DSO method always DSO_METHOD_null [FIXED]
-                       CygWin32                        - test failed
-                       MingW32                         - failed
-                               thelp32.h
-                       aix-gcc (AIX 4.3.2)             - passed
-                       VMS/Alpha                       - failed
-                               Some things were missing [FIXED]
-                       0.9.6-beta2 is available:
-                       linux/openbsd (all platforms?)          - mod_exp bug
-                       sunos-gcc                               - passed
-                       aix-gcc                                 - passed
-                       Win32 w/ VC6 or Mingw32                 - failed
-                               RAND_poll(), a few uninitialised vars [FIXED]
-                               RAND_poll() should used LoadLibrary instead of
-                                       GetModuleHandle [FIXED]
-                               Major compilation problem with VC6 on NT.
-                                       [FIXED]
-                               Mingw32 says "175: parse error before `DWORD'"
-                                       [FIXED?]
-                       Win32 w/ CygWin                         - success?
-                       VMS/Alpha 7.1 (CPQ C 5.6-003, TCP/IP 5.0) - success
-                               Just a small warning in dso_vms.c [FIXED]
-                       VMS/Alpha 7.2-1 (CPQ 5.6-003, TCP/IP 5.0A) - success
-                       VMS/VAX 7.2-1 (CPQ 5.2-003, TCP/IP 5.0) - success
-                       hpux-parisc-cc (HP-UX B.11.00)          - success
-                       hpux-parisc2-cc (11.00)                 - success
-                       hpux64-parisc2-cc (11.00)               - success
-                       hpux-parisc1_1-cc (11.00)               - success
-                       hpux-parisc-cc (10.20 w/ -ldld)         - success
-                       hpux-parisc-gcc (10.20 w/ -ldld)        - success
-                       hpux-parisc-cc [engine] (10.20 w/ -ldld)- success
-                       hpux-parisc-gcc [endine] (10.20 w/ -ldld)- success
-                               All hpux 10.20 targets succeeded provided -ldl
-                                       has been changed to -ldld.
-                       solaris-sparcv9-gcc (2.6/ultra5)        - success
-                       [ solaris-sparcv9-cc (SunOS 5.7 SC3.0)  - failed      ]
-                       [       Complaints about a number of -x parameters to ]
-                       [               the compiler and failed to compile an ]
-                       [               assembler file.  Maybe a too old      ]
-                       [               compiler? (Yes, apparently:)          ]
-                       solaris-sparcv9-cc (SunOS 5.6 SC4.2)    - success
-                       FreeBSD (2.2.5-RELEASE)                 - success
-                       alpha-cc [engine] (OSF1 5.0A)           - success
-                       irix-mips3-cc [engine] (Irix 6.2)       - success
-                               One has to do the same as for OpenBSD in
-                                       speed.c [FIXED]
-                       aix-cc (3.2.5, cc 1.3.0.44)             - success
-                       aix-gcc (3.2.5, gcc 2.8.1)              - success
-                               Both first failed to compiled due to ftime().
-                                       [FIXED]
-                       alpha-cc (V4.0E)                        - success
-                       alpha-gcc (V4.0E, gcc 2.8.1)            - success
-                       ultrix-cc (V4.5)                        - success
-                       ultrix-gcc (V4.5, gcc 2.8.1)            - success
-                       0.9.6-beta3 is available:
-    o  OpenSSL 0.9.5a: Released on April     1st, 2000
-    o  OpenSSL 0.9.5:  Released on February 28th, 2000
-    o  OpenSSL 0.9.4:  Released on August   09th, 1999
-    o  OpenSSL 0.9.3a: Released on May      29th, 1999
-    o  OpenSSL 0.9.3:  Released on May      25th, 1999
-    o  OpenSSL 0.9.2b: Released on March    22th, 1999
-    o  OpenSSL 0.9.1c: Released on December 23th, 1998
+    o  OpenSSL 0.9.8:  Under development...
+    o  OpenSSL 0.9.7a: Released on February  19th, 2003
+    o  OpenSSL 0.9.7:  Released on December  31st, 2002
+    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
+    o  OpenSSL 0.9.6e: Released on July      30th, 2002
+    o  OpenSSL 0.9.6d: Released on May        9th, 2002
+    o  OpenSSL 0.9.6c: Released on December  21st, 2001
+    o  OpenSSL 0.9.6b: Released on July       9th, 2001
+    o  OpenSSL 0.9.6a: Released on April      5th, 2001
+    o  OpenSSL 0.9.6:  Released on September 24th, 2000
+    o  OpenSSL 0.9.5a: Released on April      1st, 2000
+    o  OpenSSL 0.9.5:  Released on February  28th, 2000
+    o  OpenSSL 0.9.4:  Released on August    09th, 1999
+    o  OpenSSL 0.9.3a: Released on May       29th, 1999
+    o  OpenSSL 0.9.3:  Released on May       25th, 1999
+    o  OpenSSL 0.9.2b: Released on March     22th, 1999
+    o  OpenSSL 0.9.1c: Released on December  23th, 1998
+
+  [See also http://www.openssl.org/support/rt2.html]
 
   RELEASE SHOWSTOPPERS
 
+    o 
+
   AVAILABLE PATCHES
 
-    o CA.pl patch (Damien Miller)
+    o 
 
   IN PROGRESS
 
     o Steve is currently working on (in no particular order):
         ASN1 code redesign, butchery, replacement.
+        OCSP
         EVP cipher enhancement.
-        Proper (or at least usable) certificate chain verification.
+        Enhanced certificate chain verification.
        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).
-       Dynamic thread-lock support.
        Shared library support for VMS.
+       Kerberos 5 authentication (Heimdal)
+       Constification
+       Compression
+       Attribute Certificate support
+       Certificate Pair support
+       Storage Engines (primarly an LDAP storage engine)
+       Certificate chain validation with full RFC 3280 compatibility
 
   NEEDS PATCH
 
-    o  non-blocking socket on AIX
-    o  $(PERL) in */Makefile.ssl
-    o  "Sign the certificate?" - "n" creates empty certificate file
+    o  0.9.8-dev: COMPLEMENTOFALL and COMPLEMENTOFDEFAULT do not
+       handle ECCdraft cipher suites correctly.
 
-  OPEN ISSUES
+    o  apps/ca.c: "Sign the certificate?" - "n" creates empty certificate file
 
-    o internal_verify doesn't know about X509.v3 (basicConstraints
-      CA flag ...)
+    o  "OpenSSL STATUS" is never up-to-date.
+
+  OPEN ISSUES
 
     o  The Makefile hierarchy and build mechanism is still not a round thing:
 
                     which apparently is not flexible enough to generate
                     libcrypto)
 
+  WISHES
 
-    o  The perl/ stuff needs a major overhaul. Currently it's
-       totally obsolete. Either we clean it up and enhance it to be up-to-date
-       with the C code or we also could replace it with the really nice
-       Net::SSLeay package we can find under
-       http://www.neuronio.pt/SSLeay.pm.html.  Ralf uses this package for a
-       longer time and it works fine and is a nice Perl module. Best would be
-       to convince the author to work for the OpenSSL project and create a
-       Net::OpenSSL or Crypt::OpenSSL package out of it and maintains it for
-       us.
+    o  Add variants of DH_generate_parameters() and BN_generate_prime() [etc?]
+       where the callback function can request that the function be aborted.
+       [Gregory Stark <ghstark@pobox.com>, <rayyang2000@yahoo.com>]
 
-       Status: Ralf thinks we should both contact the author of Net::SSLeay
-               and look how much effort it is to bring Eric's perl/ stuff up
-               to date.
-               Paul +1
+    o  SRP in TLS.
+       [wished by:
+        Dj <derek@yo.net>, Tom Wu <tom@arcot.com>,
+        Tom Holroyd <tomh@po.crl.go.jp>]
 
-  WISHES
+       See http://search.ietf.org/internet-drafts/draft-ietf-tls-srp-00.txt
+       as well as http://www-cs-students.stanford.edu/~tjw/srp/.
 
-    o 
+       Tom Holroyd tells us there is a SRP patch for OpenSSH at
+       http://members.tripod.com/professor_tom/archives/, that could
+       be useful.