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Another OpenSSL update to 1.0.2k

user8446
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Another security update. Changelog: https://www.openssl.org/news/cl102.txt

This one is on the LEDE website, the OpenWRT website is still at 1.0.2g as of now.

https://downloads.lede-project.org/releases/packages-17.01/mips64_octeon/base/openssl-util_1.0.2k-1_mips64_octeon.ipk

You'll have to update /etc/opkg.conf so it'll install:

..snip..

arch cn70xx 100
arch octeon 200
arch mips64_octeon 300
arch all 400

Now just opkg install it and it'll update the package. I also checked Snort and unfortunately no one has updated that package yet. Maybe I'll post over there to see if I can find someone familiar with making/updating the packages from source.
Running in bridge mode, 1.51 SP1 fw
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Re: Another OpenSSL update to 1.0.2k

Roadrunnere42
Well spotted, installed with no problems.

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Re: Another OpenSSL update to 1.0.2k

jgspears
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Thanks for posting.  No problems with install.
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Janwill
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Hi,

The upgrade went fine on a v1.51 SP1 + Hotfix Mar 9 unit, but I can't execute openssl anymore:

[email protected]:~/updates# opkg info openssl-util
Package: openssl-util
Version: 1.0.2k-1
Depends: libc, libopenssl
Status: install user installed
Architecture: mips64_octeon
Conffiles:
 /etc/ssl/openssl.cnf 06baa8f15992bacd3e5b113cd571d828c0
Installed-Time: 1498333583

[email protected]:~/updates# /usr/bin/openssl
-ash: /usr/bin/openssl: not found


Any idea on how to fix this?

Br,

Jan
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Re: Another OpenSSL update to 1.0.2k

Roadrunnere42
Hi Janwill

I take it that you add  the lines at the end of the file In /etc/opkg.conf

arch cn70xx 100
arch octeon 200
arch all 300

Also is you cd into /usr/bin/ and then do ls can you see the file openssl

what fw_upgrade version are you on?

roadrunnere42