[erlang-bugs] possible bug in ssl and/or public_key module (R13 and R14)

Filipe David Manana <>
Wed Sep 22 17:11:44 CEST 2010


Ingela, some progress with that branch:

2> ssl_test:test().

=INFO REPORT==== 22-Sep-2010::16:10:13 ===
SSL WARNING: Ignoring CA cert:
<<48,130,3,251,48,130,2,227,160,3,2,1,2,2,1,1,

48,13,6,9,42,134,72,134,247,13,1,1,5,5,0,48,

129,183,49,63,48,61,6,3,85,4,3,12,54,84,195,
                                 156,82,75,84,82,85,83,84,32,69,108,101,107,

116,114,111,110,105,107,32,83,101,114,116,105,

102,105,107,97,32,72,105,122,109,101,116,32,

83,97,196,159,108,97,121,196,177,99,196,177,

115,196,177,49,11,48,9,6,3,85,4,6,12,2,84,82,

49,15,48,13,6,3,85,4,7,12,6,65,78,75,65,82,65,

49,86,48,84,6,3,85,4,10,12,77,40,99,41,32,50,

48,48,53,32,84,195,156,82,75,84,82,85,83,84,

32,66,105,108,103,105,32,196,176,108,101,116,

105,197,159,105,109,32,118,101,32,66,105,108,

105,197,159,105,109,32,71,195,188,118,101,110,

108,105,196,159,105,32,72,105,122,109,101,116,

108,101,114,105,32,65,46,197,158,46,48,30,23,

13,48,53,48,53,49,51,49,48,50,55,49,55,90,23,

13,49,53,48,51,50,50,49,48,50,55,49,55,90,48,

129,183,49,63,48,61,6,3,85,4,3,12,54,84,195,
                                 156,82,75,84,82,85,83,84,32,69,108,101,107,

116,114,111,110,105,107,32,83,101,114,116,105,

102,105,107,97,32,72,105,122,109,101,116,32,

83,97,196,159,108,97,121,196,177,99,196,177,

115,196,177,49,11,48,9,6,3,85,4,6,12,2,84,82,

49,15,48,13,6,3,85,4,7,12,6,65,78,75,65,82,65,

49,86,48,84,6,3,85,4,10,12,77,40,99,41,32,50,

48,48,53,32,84,195,156,82,75,84,82,85,83,84,

32,66,105,108,103,105,32,196,176,108,101,116,

105,197,159,105,109,32,118,101,32,66,105,108,

105,197,159,105,109,32,71,195,188,118,101,110,

108,105,196,159,105,32,72,105,122,109,101,116,

108,101,114,105,32,65,46,197,158,46,48,130,1,

34,48,13,6,9,42,134,72,134,247,13,1,1,1,5,0,3,

130,1,15,0,48,130,1,10,2,130,1,1,0,202,82,5,

214,99,3,216,28,95,221,210,123,93,242,12,96,

97,91,107,59,116,43,120,13,125,69,189,34,116,
                                 232,140,3,193,198,17,42,61,149,188,169,148,

176,187,145,151,200,105,124,132,197,180,145,

108,108,19,106,164,85,173,164,133,232,149,126,

179,0,175,0,194,5,24,245,112,157,54,139,174,

203,228,27,129,127,147,136,251,106,85,187,125,

133,146,206,186,88,159,219,50,197,189,93,239,

34,74,47,65,7,126,73,97,179,134,236,78,166,65,
                                 110,132,188,3,236,245,59,28,200,31,194,238,

168,238,234,18,74,141,20,207,243,10,224,80,57,

249,8,53,248,17,89,173,231,34,234,75,202,20,6,

222,66,186,178,153,243,45,84,136,16,6,234,225,

26,62,61,103,31,251,206,251,124,130,232,17,93,

74,193,185,20,234,84,217,102,155,124,137,125,

4,154,98,201,233,82,60,158,156,239,210,245,38,

228,230,229,24,124,139,110,223,108,204,120,91,

79,114,178,203,92,63,140,5,141,209,76,140,173,

146,199,225,120,127,101,108,73,6,80,44,158,50,
                                 194,215,74,198,117,138,89,78,117,111,71,94,

193,2,3,1,0,1,163,16,48,14,48,12,6,3,85,29,19,

4,5,48,3,1,1,255,48,13,6,9,42,134,72,134,247,

13,1,1,5,5,0,3,130,1,1,0,21,245,85,255,55,150,

128,89,33,164,252,161,21,76,32,246,212,95,218,

3,36,252,207,144,26,244,33,10,154,238,58,177,
                                 106,239,239,248,96,209,76,54,102,69,29,243,

102,2,116,4,123,146,48,168,222,10,118,15,239,
                                 149,110,189,201,55,230,26,13,172,137,72,91,
                                 204,131,54,194,245,70,92,89,130,86,180,213,
                                 254,35,180,216,84,28,68,171,196,167,229,20,

206,60,65,97,124,67,230,205,196,129,9,139,36,

251,84,37,214,22,168,150,12,103,7,111,179,80,

71,227,28,36,40,221,42,152,164,97,254,219,234,

18,55,188,1,26,52,133,189,110,79,231,145,114,

7,68,133,30,88,202,84,68,221,247,172,185,203,

137,33,114,219,143,192,105,41,151,42,163,174,

24,35,151,28,65,42,139,124,42,193,124,144,232,

169,40,192,211,145,198,173,40,135,64,104,181,

255,236,167,210,211,56,24,156,211,125,105,93,

240,198,165,30,36,27,163,71,252,105,7,104,231,

228,154,180,237,15,161,135,135,2,206,135,210,

72,78,225,188,255,203,241,114,146,68,100,3,37,
                                 234,222,91,110,159,201,242,78,172,221,199>>
 Due to decoding error:{badmatch,
                        {error,
                         {asn1,
                          {{case_clause,19},
                           [{'OTP-PUB-KEY',
                             check_and_convert_restricted_string,5},
                            {'OTP-PUB-KEY',decode,2},
                            {pubkey_cert_records,transform,2},
                            {lists,map,2},
                            {lists,map,2},
                            {pubkey_cert_records,transform,2},
                            {pubkey_cert_records,decode_tbs,1},
                            {pubkey_cert_records,decode_cert,1}]}}}}

Reason: {bad_cert,missing_basic_constraint}

=ERROR REPORT==== 22-Sep-2010::16:10:13 ===
SSL: certify_certificate: ./ssl_handshake.erl:586:Fatal error: handshake
failure
** exception error: no match of right hand side value {error,esslconnect}
     in function  ssl_test:test/0
3>

Does this error rings a bell?

cheers

On Wed, Sep 22, 2010 at 2:11 PM, Ingela Anderton Andin <
> wrote:

> Hi again, something went wrong with the branch please look at the
> branch ia/ssl-and-public_key/backwards-compatibility/OTP-8858  instead.
>
>
> Regards Ingela Erlang/OTP team - Ericsson AB
>
> Ingela Anderton Andin wrote:
>
>> Hi again!
>>
>> Well ok, first I would like you to provide the option verify_fun:
>>
>>  FunAndState =  {fun(_,{bad_cert, _} = Reason, _) ->
>>          io:format("Reason: ~p~n", [Reason]),
>>        {fail, Reason};
>>       (_,{extension, _}, UserState) ->
>>        {unknown, UserState};
>>       (_, valid, UserState) ->
>>        {valid, UserState}
>>    end, []},
>>
>> add option:
>> {verify_fun, FunAndState}
>>
>> So we can try to find out why it does not like the cert.
>>
>> By the way we decided to shorten the INFO report if you would like to run
>> the latest ssl it is now
>> on the branch ia/ssl/public_key/backwards-compatibility/OTP-8858.
>>
>>
>
>
>
>  Regards Ingela Erlang/OTP team - Ericsson AB
>>
>> Filipe David Manana wrote:
>>
>>> On Tue, Sep 21, 2010 at 4:07 PM, Ingela Anderton Andin <
>>>  <mailto:>> wrote:
>>>
>>>    Hi!
>>>
>>>    Yes you could, it is a INFO report a warning that that particular
>>>    CA cert is ignored as we could not decode it.
>>>    But you get another handshake error.  What options do you connect
>>>    with ?
>>>
>>>
>>> This is an excerpt of my testing code:
>>>
>>>          Options = [
>>>                {ssl_imp, new},
>>>                binary,
>>>                {nodelay, true},
>>>                {active, false},
>>>                {verify, verify_peer},
>>>                {depth, 3},
>>>                {cacertfile, "/etc/ssl/certs/ca-certificates.crt"}
>>>    ],
>>>    {ok, S} = ssl:connect(?HOST, 443, Options),
>>>    ok = ssl:send(S, Body),
>>>    loop(S),
>>>    ssl:close(S).
>>>
>>> loop(S) ->
>>>    ssl:setopts(S, [{active, once}]),
>>>    receive
>>>    {ssl, S, Data} ->
>>>        io:format("received data:  ~p~n", [Data]),
>>>        loop(S);
>>>    {ssl_closed, S} ->
>>>        io:format("socket closed", []);
>>>    {ssl_error, S, Error} ->
>>>        io:format("socket error:  ~p~n", [Error])
>>>    end.
>>>
>>> Once again, thanks for looking into this.
>>>
>>>
>>>
>>>    Regards Ingela Erlang/OTP team - Ericsson AB
>>>
>>>
>>>    Filipe David Manana wrote:
>>>
>>>        Ingela,
>>>
>>>        After pulling your last commit, things advance a bit more, but
>>>        still not able to open the CAs file:
>>>
>>>        =INFO REPORT==== 21-Sep-2010::14:35:58 ===
>>>        SSL WARNING: Ignoring CA cert:
>>>        <<48,130,3,251,48,130,2,227,160,3,2,1,2,2,1,1,
>>>
>>> 48,13,6,9,42,134,72,134,247,13,1,1,5,5,0,48,
>>>
>>> 129,183,49,63,48,61,6,3,85,4,3,12,54,84,195,
>>>
>>> 156,82,75,84,82,85,83,84,32,69,108,101,107,
>>>
>>> 116,114,111,110,105,107,32,83,101,114,116,105,
>>>
>>> 102,105,107,97,32,72,105,122,109,101,116,32,
>>>
>>> 83,97,196,159,108,97,121,196,177,99,196,177,
>>>
>>> 115,196,177,49,11,48,9,6,3,85,4,6,12,2,84,82,
>>>
>>> 49,15,48,13,6,3,85,4,7,12,6,65,78,75,65,82,65,
>>>
>>> 49,86,48,84,6,3,85,4,10,12,77,40,99,41,32,50,
>>>
>>> 48,48,53,32,84,195,156,82,75,84,82,85,83,84,
>>>
>>> 32,66,105,108,103,105,32,196,176,108,101,116,
>>>
>>> 105,197,159,105,109,32,118,101,32,66,105,108,
>>>
>>> 105,197,159,105,109,32,71,195,188,118,101,110,
>>>
>>> 108,105,196,159,105,32,72,105,122,109,101,116,
>>>
>>> 108,101,114,105,32,65,46,197,158,46,48,30,23,
>>>
>>> 13,48,53,48,53,49,51,49,48,50,55,49,55,90,23,
>>>
>>> 13,49,53,48,51,50,50,49,48,50,55,49,55,90,48,
>>>
>>> 129,183,49,63,48,61,6,3,85,4,3,12,54,84,195,
>>>
>>> 156,82,75,84,82,85,83,84,32,69,108,101,107,
>>>
>>> 116,114,111,110,105,107,32,83,101,114,116,105,
>>>
>>> 102,105,107,97,32,72,105,122,109,101,116,32,
>>>
>>> 83,97,196,159,108,97,121,196,177,99,196,177,
>>>
>>> 115,196,177,49,11,48,9,6,3,85,4,6,12,2,84,82,
>>>
>>> 49,15,48,13,6,3,85,4,7,12,6,65,78,75,65,82,65,
>>>
>>> 49,86,48,84,6,3,85,4,10,12,77,40,99,41,32,50,
>>>
>>> 48,48,53,32,84,195,156,82,75,84,82,85,83,84,
>>>
>>> 32,66,105,108,103,105,32,196,176,108,101,116,
>>>
>>> 105,197,159,105,109,32,118,101,32,66,105,108,
>>>
>>> 105,197,159,105,109,32,71,195,188,118,101,110,
>>>
>>> 108,105,196,159,105,32,72,105,122,109,101,116,
>>>
>>> 108,101,114,105,32,65,46,197,158,46,48,130,1,
>>>
>>> 34,48,13,6,9,42,134,72,134,247,13,1,1,1,5,0,3,
>>>
>>> 130,1,15,0,48,130,1,10,2,130,1,1,0,202,82,5,
>>>
>>> 214,99,3,216,28,95,221,210,123,93,242,12,96,
>>>
>>> 97,91,107,59,116,43,120,13,125,69,189,34,116,
>>>
>>> 232,140,3,193,198,17,42,61,149,188,169,148,
>>>
>>> 176,187,145,151,200,105,124,132,197,180,145,
>>>
>>> 108,108,19,106,164,85,173,164,133,232,149,126,
>>>
>>> 179,0,175,0,194,5,24,245,112,157,54,139,174,
>>>
>>> 203,228,27,129,127,147,136,251,106,85,187,125,
>>>
>>> 133,146,206,186,88,159,219,50,197,189,93,239,
>>>
>>> 34,74,47,65,7,126,73,97,179,134,236,78,166,65,
>>>
>>> 110,132,188,3,236,245,59,28,200,31,194,238,
>>>
>>> 168,238,234,18,74,141,20,207,243,10,224,80,57,
>>>
>>> 249,8,53,248,17,89,173,231,34,234,75,202,20,6,
>>>
>>> 222,66,186,178,153,243,45,84,136,16,6,234,225,
>>>
>>> 26,62,61,103,31,251,206,251,124,130,232,17,93,
>>>
>>> 74,193,185,20,234,84,217,102,155,124,137,125,
>>>
>>> 4,154,98,201,233,82,60,158,156,239,210,245,38,
>>>
>>> 228,230,229,24,124,139,110,223,108,204,120,91,
>>>
>>> 79,114,178,203,92,63,140,5,141,209,76,140,173,
>>>
>>> 146,199,225,120,127,101,108,73,6,80,44,158,50,
>>>
>>> 194,215,74,198,117,138,89,78,117,111,71,94,
>>>
>>> 193,2,3,1,0,1,163,16,48,14,48,12,6,3,85,29,19,
>>>
>>> 4,5,48,3,1,1,255,48,13,6,9,42,134,72,134,247,
>>>
>>> 13,1,1,5,5,0,3,130,1,1,0,21,245,85,255,55,150,
>>>
>>> 128,89,33,164,252,161,21,76,32,246,212,95,218,
>>>
>>> 3,36,252,207,144,26,244,33,10,154,238,58,177,
>>>
>>> 106,239,239,248,96,209,76,54,102,69,29,243,
>>>
>>> 102,2,116,4,123,146,48,168,222,10,118,15,239,
>>>
>>> 149,110,189,201,55,230,26,13,172,137,72,91,
>>>
>>> 204,131,54,194,245,70,92,89,130,86,180,213,
>>>
>>> 254,35,180,216,84,28,68,171,196,167,229,20,
>>>
>>> 206,60,65,97,124,67,230,205,196,129,9,139,36,
>>>
>>> 251,84,37,214,22,168,150,12,103,7,111,179,80,
>>>
>>> 71,227,28,36,40,221,42,152,164,97,254,219,234,
>>>
>>> 18,55,188,1,26,52,133,189,110,79,231,145,114,
>>>
>>> 7,68,133,30,88,202,84,68,221,247,172,185,203,
>>>
>>> 137,33,114,219,143,192,105,41,151,42,163,174,
>>>
>>> 24,35,151,28,65,42,139,124,42,193,124,144,232,
>>>
>>> 169,40,192,211,145,198,173,40,135,64,104,181,
>>>
>>> 255,236,167,210,211,56,24,156,211,125,105,93,
>>>
>>> 240,198,165,30,36,27,163,71,252,105,7,104,231,
>>>
>>> 228,154,180,237,15,161,135,135,2,206,135,210,
>>>
>>> 72,78,225,188,255,203,241,114,146,68,100,3,37,
>>>
>>> 234,222,91,110,159,201,242,78,172,221,199>>
>>>         Due to decoding error:{badmatch,
>>>                               {error,
>>>                                {asn1,
>>>                                 {{case_clause,19},
>>>                                  [{'OTP-PUB-KEY',
>>>
>>> check_and_convert_restricted_string,5},
>>>                                   {'OTP-PUB-KEY',decode,2},
>>>                                   {pubkey_cert_records,transform,2},
>>>                                   {lists,map,2},
>>>                                   {lists,map,2},
>>>                                   {pubkey_cert_records,transform,2},
>>>                                   {pubkey_cert_records,decode_tbs,1},
>>>
>>>  {pubkey_cert_records,decode_cert,1}]}}}}
>>>
>>>
>>>        =ERROR REPORT==== 21-Sep-2010::14:35:58 ===
>>>        SSL: certify_certificate: ./ssl_handshake.erl:584:Fatal error:
>>>        handshake failure
>>>        ** exception error: no match of right hand side value
>>>        {error,esslconnect}
>>>            in function  ssl_test:test/0
>>>
>>>
>>>        cheers
>>>
>>>        On Tue, Sep 21, 2010 at 1:07 PM, Ingela Anderton Andin
>>>        < <mailto:>
>>>        <mailto:
>>>        <mailto:>>> wrote:
>>>
>>>           Hi!
>>>
>>>           Filipe David Manana wrote:
>>>
>>>               On Mon, Sep 20, 2010 at 2:47 PM, Ingela Anderton Andin <
>>>               
>>>        <mailto:>
>>>        <mailto:
>>>        <mailto:>>> wrote:
>>>
>>>                                  So I definitely consider this a
>>> regression :(
>>>                      The weird thing is that I can use this certificates
>>>                   file with the old ssl
>>>                   implementation (default on R13 and R12 releases) on
>>>        R13B03
>>>                   and R13B04 at
>>>                   least.
>>>                   Well the thing is that the old ssl-implementation
>>>        only is
>>>                   an erlang-glue
>>>                   that leaves the most things up to the underlaying
>>>        openssl
>>>                   implementation,
>>>                   but the new ssl
>>>                   only uses openssl crypto library and takes care the ssl
>>>                   protocol
>>>                   fsm-machinery and  certificate  handling on its
>>>        own. This
>>>                   makes many things
>>>                   much easier to implement
>>>                   and removes the bottleneck enforced by the glue,
>>>        and also
>>>                   lessens the
>>>                   required resource allocation. Of course this may
>>>        cause new
>>>                   bugs occasionally
>>>                   and we fix them
>>>                   as fast as we can.
>>>                   If you want to try out the latest changes to fix the
>>>                   DSS-Params bug you can
>>>                   get the branch ia/ssl-asn1-spec-dss-params at my github
>>>                   account
>>>                   :IngelaAndin/otp.git
>>>
>>>               Hi,
>>>
>>>               Ingela, I tried your git branch
>>>         ssl-asn1-spec-dss-params but
>>>               unfortunatelly
>>>               I still get an exception:
>>>
>>>               =ERROR REPORT==== 21-Sep-2010::11:57:03 ===
>>>               SSL: 1060: error:{error,
>>>                                   {asn1,
>>>                                       {{case_clause,19},
>>>                                        [{'OTP-PUB-KEY',
>>>
>>> check_and_convert_restricted_string,5},
>>>                                         {'OTP-PUB-KEY',decode,2},
>>>
>>>  {pubkey_cert_records,transform,2},
>>>                                         {lists,map,2},
>>>                                         {lists,map,2},
>>>
>>>  {pubkey_cert_records,transform,2},
>>>
>>>  {pubkey_cert_records,decode_tbs,1},
>>>
>>>  {pubkey_cert_records,decode_cert,2}]}}}
>>>               /home/fdmanana/tmp/ibrowse-test/ca-certificates.crt
>>>                []
>>>
>>>               ** exception error: no match of right hand side value
>>>               {error,ecacertfile}
>>>
>>>
>>>                         Yes I get this too, it seems to be that one of
>>> the
>>>        certificates in
>>>           the file
>>>           has a field that is utf8-encoded but the asn-1-spec says
>>>        that it
>>>           should
>>>           be a "printableString".  I do not know if openssl tries to
>>>        decode
>>>           it, it might
>>>           not until it is used, and it might not be. Erlang ssl
>>>        caches all
>>>           cert in the ca-file.
>>>           I have now made new ssl more tolerant so that it
>>>           will ignore such ca-certs, that does not follow the spec.
>>>         I have
>>>           pushed the change to
>>>           the ia/ssl-asn1-spec-dss-params branch.
>>>
>>>
>>>               And btw, with the old ssl implementation, using a ssl
>>>        socket
>>>               in {active,
>>>               once} mode, I receive very often an error like this:
>>>
>>>               [Thu, 16 Sep 2010 00:10:34 GMT] [error] [<0.604.0>] **
>>>        Generic
>>>               server
>>>               <0.604.0> terminating
>>>               ** Last message in was {tcp,#Port<0.2288>,
>>>
>>>
>>> <<"\r\n6d\r\n,\n{\"seq\":70,\"id\":\"97b36d5003934d0c9dd58057b05fa167\",\"changes\":[{\"rev\":\"1-0d6deda5b380ae207ba87a7a3a32d0a1\"}]}\r\n6d\r\n,\n{\"seq\":71,\"id\":\"8a1c475b8dc5426e9172d6b970ae7c03\",\"changes\":[{\"rev\":\"1-72851f645fb6ab77f36866cbe505d82c\"}]}\r\n6d\r\n,\n{\"seq\":72,\"id\":\"fdb1d5b1c5b24ce481463ad668c13c40\",\"changes\":[{\"rev\":\"1-c37b5444eec8375631c326a0e77ca427\"}]}\r\n6d\r\n,\n{\"seq\":73,\"id\":\"b612465dafc44699b09d8bef5d4d4d8d\",\"changes\":[{\"rev\":\"1-be951f78ba830f5a1002abe0ce479c2d\"}]}\r\n6d\r\n,\n{\"seq\":74,\"id\":\"d2c2b5a771ef4b57b6d58fce2808cf7c\",\"changes\":[{\"rev\":\"1-c628443ff4dd7c3d9b4fd226727e2841\"}]}\r\n6d\r\n,\n{\"seq\":75,\"id\":\"8d669c377f08442981ce2d18a21d920b\",\"changes\":[{\"rev\":\"1-6db3a14c76701b87b0686412093ac103\"}]}\r\n6d\r\n,\n{\"seq\":76,\"id\":\"367bf0948d9d459582d187c9232844b8\",\"changes\":[{\"rev\":\"1-16ae7cf1c04c4f7c024493de1f18c8ed\"}]}\r\n6d\r\n,\n{\"seq\":77,\"id\":\"f2c805327ae740098e5db221c3f27b4b\",\"changes\":[{\"rev\":\"1-b22aa541f7e353a4cd430a9293239c77\"}]}\r\n6d\r\n,\n{\"seq\":78,\"id\":\"6ddf8033cec845c8986ee4bd03ff8ed6\",\"changes\":[{\"rev\":\"1-23f5957d250f5079277e6e4a86def1f1\"}]}\r\n6d\r\n,\n{\"seq\":79,\"id\":\"738365bd4fed44158516211847c13616\",\"changes\":[{\"rev\":\"1-6dcd375366f107fb2575c8eda6c6bdec\"}]}\r\n6d\r\n,\n{\"seq\":80,\"id\":\"2d66c797761b4506934d00b2fd260f90\",\"changes\":[{\"rev\":\"1-cc7dddd31fd753a9b4577607ce321cef\"}]}\r\n6d\r\n,\n{\"seq\":81,\"id\":\"0c01c012d4f540a3a015d57681a0af4f\",\"changes\":[{\"rev\":\"1-ff288fbba546fbfbf78c602e2fa39ea2\"}]}\r\n6d\r\n,\n{\"seq\":82,\"id\":\"dc8a7ff04d37428ea83c3515a801bd32\",\"changes\":[{\"rev\":\"1-2">>}
>>>
>>>               ** When Server state ==
>>>               {st,connector,<0.119.0>,<0.603.0>,<0.603.0>,11,false,
>>>                                         [{mode,binary},
>>>                                           {nodelay,true},
>>>                                          {active,once},
>>>                                           {packet,0},
>>>                                          {ip,{0,0,0,0}},
>>>                                           {verify,0},
>>>                                          {depth,1}],
>>>                                          {sslsocket,11,<0.604.0>},
>>>
>>>  #Port<0.2288>,nil,open,false,false}
>>>
>>>
>>>               The data, third argument of the tuple, is what is
>>>        supposed to
>>>               be. However
>>>               the ssl module trows that exception (since it was
>>>        expecting to
>>>               receive only
>>>               messages like {ssl, Socket, Data}). Is this a known issue?
>>>
>>>
>>>                         Humm ... not that I know of.  We are aiming to
>>> remove the old
>>>           ssl-implementation as soon as the new one is compleate
>>>        enough and
>>>           in first hand we do not fix things in the old implementation.
>>>
>>>
>>>           Regards Ingela Erlang/OTP team - Ericsson AB
>>>
>>>
>>>
>>>
>>>
>>>
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>>>
>>>        --         Filipe David Manana,
>>>         <mailto:>
>>>        <mailto: <mailto:>>,
>>>         <mailto:>
>>>        <mailto: <mailto:>>
>>>
>>>
>>>        "Reasonable men adapt themselves to the world.
>>>         Unreasonable men adapt the world to themselves.
>>>         That's why all progress depends on unreasonable men."
>>>
>>>
>>>
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>>> >
>>>
>>> "Reasonable men adapt themselves to the world.
>>>  Unreasonable men adapt the world to themselves.
>>>  That's why all progress depends on unreasonable men."
>>>
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 Unreasonable men adapt the world to themselves.
 That's why all progress depends on unreasonable men."


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