OpenSSL patches vulnerabilities

Several denial of service vulnerabilities and one memory corruption vulnerabilities were fixed in the latest releases of the OpenSSL software, and there is protection built in for the Logjam attack, which exploits a Diffie-Helman key exchange vulnerability. Also patched is an issue by which attackers could potentially create malformed certificates and Certificate Revocation Lists.

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