OpenSSL v1.1.1.d Release NotesRelease Date: 2020-03-17 // about 1 year ago
- Properly detect EOF while reading in libssl. Previously if we hit an EOF while reading in libssl then we would report an error back to the application (SSL_ERROR_SYSCALL) but errno would be 0. We now add an error to the stack (which means we instead return SSL_ERROR_SSL) and therefore give a hint as to what went wrong.
- Check that ed25519 and ed448 are allowed by the security level. Previously signature algorithms not using an MD were not being checked that they were allowed by the security level.
- Fixed SSL_get_servername() behaviour. The behaviour of SSL_get_servername() was not quite right. The behaviour was not consistent between resumption and normal handshakes, and also not quite consistent with historical behaviour. The behaviour in various scenarios has been clarified and it has been updated to make it match historical behaviour as closely as possible.
- [VMS only] The header files that the VMS compilers include automatically,
__DECC_INCLUDE_EPILOGUE.H, use pragmas that the C++ compiler doesn't understand. This is a shortcoming in the compiler, but can be worked around with
C++ applications that use OpenSSL libraries must be compiled using the qualifier
/NAMES=(AS_IS,SHORTENED)to be able to use all the OpenSSL functions. Otherwise, only functions with symbols of less than 31 characters can be used, as the linker will not be able to successfully resolve symbols with longer names.
- Added a new method to gather entropy on VMS, based on SYS$GET_ENTROPY. The presence of this system service is determined at run-time.
- Added newline escaping functionality to a filename when using openssl dgst. This output format is to replicate the output format found in the '*sum' checksum programs. This aims to preserve backward compatibility.
Matt Eaton, Richard Levitte, and Paul Dale
- Print all values for a PKCS#12 attribute with 'openssl pkcs12', not just the first value.