How to patch my DO server to close the Heartbleed hole

  • Posted on April 7, 2014
  • pward123Asked by pward123

Steps shown below to fix the openssl heartbleed issue do not appear to be working on my DO 13.10 server.

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I am getting very frustrated with this. None of the suggestions worked for me on Ubuntu 12.10. Running apt-get did not upgrade OpenSSL to the latest version and this is in spite of etc/apt/source-list file pointing directly to (I pasted the file below) <br> <br>How do I upgrade OpenSSL without using Ubuntu’s site? I know it’s open source and I could theoretically git-pull the source and compile it myself, but I haven’t touched a C compiler since college, so I would rather not do this. <br> <br> <br>source-list: <br>deb quantal main <br>deb quantal-updates main <br>deb quantal-security main <br>deb quantal universe <br>deb quantal-updates universe <br> <br>deb-src precise main <br>deb-src precise-updates main <br>deb-src precise-security main <br>deb-src precise universe <br>deb-src precise-updates universe

Hi guys, this quick tutorial helps to apply last update to secure your server: <br> <br>Kind regards, <br>Valentín

@darth_schmoo <br> <br>Right, support for non-LTS versions of Ubuntu has been reduced to 9 months. See: <br> <br> <br>