/py-OpenSSL, Python interface to the OpenSSL library
16.2.0, Package name:
py27-OpenSSL-16.2.0, Maintainer: pkgsrc-users
pyOpenSSL is a Python module that is a rather thin wrapper around (a
subset of) the OpenSSL library. A lot of the object methods do
nothing more than call a corresponding function in the OpenSSL
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Version history: (Expand)
- (2017-01-28) Updated to version: py27-OpenSSL-16.2.0
- (2016-04-21) Updated to version: py27-OpenSSL-16.0.0
- (2016-03-05) Updated to version: py27-OpenSSL-0.15.1nb1
- (2015-08-24) Updated to version: py27-OpenSSL-0.15.1
- (2014-03-21) Updated to version: py27-OpenSSL-0.14nb1
- (2014-02-24) Updated to version: py27-OpenSSL-0.14
CVS history: (Expand)
| 2017-01-28 13:09:14 by Thomas Klausner | Files touched by this commit (3) | |
Updated py-OpenSSL to 16.2.0.
Add patch that makes tests on NetBSD progress further.
But then there's a segfault. See
- Fixed compatibility errors with OpenSSL 1.1.0.
- Fixed an issue that caused failures with subinterpreters and embedded Pythons.
- Dropped support for OpenSSL 0.9.8.
- Fix memory leak in ``OpenSSL.crypto.dump_privatekey()`` with ``FILETYPE_TEXT``.
- Enable use of CRL (and more) in verify context.
- ``OpenSSL.crypto.PKey`` can now be constructed from ``cryptography`` objects \
and also exported as such.
- Support newer versions of ``cryptography`` which use opaque structs for \
OpenSSL 1.1.0 compatibility.
| 2016-06-08 19:43:49 by Thomas Klausner | Files touched by this commit (356) |
Switch to MASTER_SITES_PYPI.
| 2016-04-20 18:05:58 by Leonardo Taccari | Files touched by this commit (3) | |
Update security/py-OpenSSL to 16.0.0.
This is the first release under full stewardship of PyCA.
We have made *many* changes to make local development more pleasing.
The test suite now passes both on Linux and OS X with OpenSSL 0.9.8,
1.0.1, and 1.0.2. It has been moved to `py.test <https://pytest.org/>`_,
all CI test runs are part of `tox <https://testrun.org/tox/>`_ and
the source code has been made fully `flake8
We hope to have lowered the barrier for contributions significantly
but are open to hear about any remaining frustrations.
- Python 3.2 support has been dropped.
It never had significant real world usage and has been dropped
by our main dependency ``cryptography``. Affected users should
upgrade to Python 3.3 or later.
- The support for EGD has been removed.
The only affected function ``OpenSSL.rand.egd()`` now uses
``os.urandom()`` to seed the internal PRNG instead. Please see
<https://github.com/pyca/cryptography/pull/1636>`_ for more
background information on this decision. In accordance with our
backward compatibility policy ``OpenSSL.rand.egd()`` will be
*removed* no sooner than a year from the release of 16.0.0.
Please note that you should `use urandom
for all your secure random number needs.
- Python 2.6 support has been deprecated.
Our main dependency ``cryptography`` deprecated 2.6 in version
0.9 (2015-05-14) with no time table for actually dropping it.
pyOpenSSL will drop Python 2.6 support once ``cryptography``
- Fixed ``OpenSSL.SSL.Context.set_session_id``,
They were lacking an implementation since 0.14. `#422
- Fixed segmentation fault when using keys larger than 4096-bit to sign data.
- Fixed ``AttributeError`` when ``OpenSSL.SSL.Connection.get_app_data()``
was called before setting any app data.
- Added ``OpenSSL.crypto.dump_publickey()`` to dump ``OpenSSL.crypto.PKey``
objects that represent public keys, and ``OpenSSL.crypto.load_publickey()``
to load such objects from serialized representations.
- Added ``OpenSSL.crypto.dump_crl()`` to dump a certificate revocation
list out to a string buffer.
- Added ``OpenSSL.SSL.Connection.get_state_string()`` using the
OpenSSL binding ``state_string_long``.
- Added support for the ``socket.MSG_PEEK`` flag to
- Added ``OpenSSL.SSL.Connection.get_protocol_version()`` and
- Switched to ``utf8string`` mask by default.
OpenSSL formerly defaulted to a ``T61String`` if there were UTF-8
characters present. This was changed to default to ``UTF8String``
in the config around 2005, but the actual code didn't change it
until late last year. This will default us to the setting that
actually works. To revert this you can call
| 2016-03-05 12:29:49 by Jonathan Perkin | Files touched by this commit (1813) | |
Bump PKGREVISION for security/openssl ABI bump.
| 2015-11-04 02:18:12 by Alistair G. Crooks | Files touched by this commit (434) |
Add SHA512 digests for distfiles for security category
Problems found locating distfiles:
Package f-prot-antivirus6-fs-bin: missing distfile fp-NetBSD.x86.32-fs-6.2.3.tar.gz
Package f-prot-antivirus6-ws-bin: missing distfile fp-NetBSD.x86.32-ws-6.2.3.tar.gz
Package libidea: missing distfile libidea-0.8.2b.tar.gz
Package openssh: missing distfile openssh-7.1p1-hpn-20150822.diff.bz2
Package uvscan: missing distfile vlp4510e.tar.Z
Otherwise, existing SHA1 digests verified and found to be the same on
the machine holding the existing distfiles (morden). All existing
SHA1 digests retained for now as an audit trail.
| 2015-08-23 12:10:27 by Leonardo Taccari | Files touched by this commit (3) | |
Update security/py-OpenSSL to py-OpenSSL-0.15.1.
* Update HOMEPAGE
* OpenSSL/SSL.py, OpenSSL/test/test_ssl.py: Fix a regression
present in 0.15, where when an error occurs and no errno() is set,
a KeyError is raised. This happens, for example, if
Connection.shutdown() is called when the underlying transport has
* OpenSSL/rand.py, OpenSSL/SSL.py: APIs which previously accepted
filenames only as bytes now accept them as either bytes or
unicode (and respect sys.getfilesystemencoding()).
* OpenSSL/SSL.py: Add Cory Benfield's next-protocol-negotiation
* OpenSSL/SSL.py: Add ``Connection.recv_into``, mirroring the
builtin ``socket.recv_into``. Based on work from Cory Benfield.
* OpenSSL/test/test_ssl.py: Add tests for ``recv_into``.
* OpenSSL/crypto.py: Expose ``X509StoreContext`` for verifying certificates.
* OpenSSL/test/test_crypto.py: Add intermediate certificates for
* OpenSSL/SSL.py: ``Connection.shutdown`` now propagates errors from the
* OpenSSL/SSL.py: Fixed a regression ``Context.check_privatekey``
causing it to always succeed - even if it should fail.
* OpenSSL/crypto.py: Fixed a regression where calling ``load_pkcs7_data``
with ``FILETYPE_ASN1`` would fail with a ``NameError``.
* OpenSSL/SSL.py: Fix a regression in which the first argument of
the "verify" callback was incorrectly passed a ``Context`` instance
instead of the ``Connection`` instance.
* OpenSSL/test/test_ssl.py: Add a test for the value passed as the
first argument of the "verify" callback.
* OpenSSL/crypto.py: Based on work from Alex Gaynor, Andrew
Lutomirski, Tobias Oberstein, Laurens Van Houtven, and Hynek
Schlawack, add ``get_elliptic_curve`` and ``get_elliptic_curves``
to support TLS ECDHE modes.
* OpenSSL/SSL.py: Add ``Context.set_tmp_ecdh`` to configure a TLS
context with a particular elliptic curve for ECDHE modes.
* OpenSSL/SSL.py: ``Connection.send`` and ``Connection.sendall``
now also accept the ``buffer`` type as data.
* OpenSSL/crypto.py: Make ``load_pkcs12`` backwards compatible with
pyOpenSSL 0.13 by making passphrase optional.
* OpenSSL/SSL.py: Add ``get_finished``, ``get_peer_finished``
methods to ``Connection``. If you use these methods to
implement TLS channel binding (RFC 5929) disable session
resumption because triple handshake attacks against TLS.
* OpenSSL/SSL.py: Add ``get_cipher_name``, ``get_cipher_bits``,
and ``get_cipher_version`` to ``Connection``.
* OpenSSL/tsafe.py: Replace the use of ``apply`` (which has been
removed in Python 3) with the equivalent syntax.
* OpenSSL/crypto.py: Fix memory leak in _X509_REVOKED_dup.
* leakcheck/crypto.py: Add checks for _X509_REVOKED_dup, CRL.add_revoked
* setup.py: Require cryptography 0.3 to have the ASN1_TIME_free binding.
* OpenSSL/crypto.py: Add ``get_extensions`` method to ``X509Req``.
| 2014-03-21 14:34:59 by Thomas Klausner | Files touched by this commit (1) |
Depends on six itself as well.
| 2014-03-21 14:23:27 by Thomas Klausner | Files touched by this commit (1) |
Depend on py-cryptography instead of py-six (a py-cryptography dependency,
pulled in during an attempt to autobuild it because it was missing).
Ride PKGREVISION bump from a few minutes ago.