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Branch: CURRENT, Version: 3.3.1, Package name: openssl-3.3.1, Maintainer: pkgsrc-users

The OpenSSL Project is a collaborative effort to develop a
robust, commercial-grade, full-featured, and Open Source
toolkit implementing the Secure Sockets Layer (SSL v2/v3)
and Transport Layer Security (TLS v1) protocols as well as
a full-strength general purpose cryptography library. The
project is managed by a worldwide community of volunteers
that use the Internet to communicate, plan, and develop the
OpenSSL toolkit and its related documentation.

This package contains major version 3 of OpenSSL.

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   2024-04-16 17:47:25 by Jonathan Perkin | Files touched by this commit (1)
Log message:
openssl: Use consistent socket interfaces on SunOS.

The OpenSSL codebase is a forest of preprocessor usage so it's hard to say
exactly what's going wrong, but there's definitely inconsistent use across
the codebase, resulting in socket failures when trying to use QUIC.

Ensure recvmsg/CMSG_* interfaces are available, fixing test suite as well
as some real world regressions (e.g. devel/py-poetry) noticed by users.
   2024-04-16 09:19:48 by Thomas Klausner | Files touched by this commit (1)
Log message:
openssl: use --libdir as openssl wants it

Fixes pkg-config files.

Closes PR 58157 by Colin Simmonds.

Bump PKGREVISION.
   2024-04-10 12:34:13 by Thomas Klausner | Files touched by this commit (1)
Log message:
openssl: sh3 is not a valid MACHINE_ARCH, split into sh3eb/sh3el
   2024-04-10 07:23:16 by Adam Ciarcinski | Files touched by this commit (1)
Log message:
openssl: fix PLIST
   2024-04-09 19:16:45 by Thomas Klausner | Files touched by this commit (6) | Package updated
Log message:
openssl: update to 3.3.0.

OpenSSL 3.3
-----------

### Major changes between OpenSSL 3.2 and OpenSSL 3.3.0 [9 Apr 2024]

OpenSSL 3.3.0 is a feature release adding significant new functionality to
OpenSSL.

This release adds the following new features:

  * Support for qlog for tracing QUIC connections has been added

  * Added APIs to allow configuring the negotiated idle timeout for QUIC
    connections, and to allow determining the number of additional streams
    that can currently be created for a QUIC connection.

  * Added APIs to allow disabling implicit QUIC event processing for QUIC SSL
    objects

  * Added APIs to allow querying the size and utilisation of a QUIC stream's
    write buffer

  * New API `SSL_write_ex2`, which can be used to send an end-of-stream (FIN)
    condition in an optimised way when using QUIC.

  * Limited support for polling of QUIC connection and stream objects in a
    non-blocking manner.

  * Added a new EVP_DigestSqueeze() API. This allows SHAKE to squeeze multiple
    times with different output sizes.

  * Added exporter for CMake on Unix and Windows, alongside the pkg-config
    exporter.

  * The BLAKE2s hash algorithm matches BLAKE2b's support for configurable
    output length.

  * The EVP_PKEY_fromdata function has been augmented to allow for the
    derivation of CRT (Chinese Remainder Theorem) parameters when requested

  * Added API functions SSL_SESSION_get_time_ex(), SSL_SESSION_set_time_ex()
    using time_t which is Y2038 safe on 32 bit systems when 64 bit time
    is enabled

  * Unknown entries in TLS SignatureAlgorithms, ClientSignatureAlgorithms
    config options and the respective calls to SSL[_CTX]_set1_sigalgs() and
    SSL[_CTX]_set1_client_sigalgs() that start with `?` character are
    ignored and the configuration will still be used.

  * Added `-set_issuer` and `-set_subject` options to `openssl x509` to
    override the Issuer and Subject when creating a certificate. The `-subj`
    option now is an alias for `-set_subject`.

  * Added several new features of CMPv3 defined in RFC 9480 and RFC 9483

  * New option `SSL_OP_PREFER_NO_DHE_KEX`, which allows configuring a TLS1.3
    server to prefer session resumption using PSK-only key exchange over PSK
    with DHE, if both are available.

  * New atexit configuration switch, which controls whether the OPENSSL_cleanup
    is registered when libcrypto is unloaded.

  * Added X509_STORE_get1_objects to avoid issues with the existing
    X509_STORE_get0_objects API in multi-threaded applications.

This release incorporates the following potentially significant or incompatible
changes:

  * Applied AES-GCM unroll8 optimisation to Microsoft Azure Cobalt 100

  * Optimized AES-CTR for ARM Neoverse V1 and V2

  * Enable AES and SHA3 optimisations on Applie Silicon M3-based MacOS systems
    similar to M1/M2.

  * Various optimizations for cryptographic routines using RISC-V vector crypto
    extensions

  * Added assembly implementation for md5 on loongarch64

  * Accept longer context for TLS 1.2 exporters

  * The activate and soft_load configuration settings for providers in
    openssl.cnf have been updated to require a value of [1|yes|true|on]
    (in lower or UPPER case) to enable the setting. Conversely a value
    of [0|no|false|off] will disable the setting.

  * In `openssl speed`, changed the default hash function used with `hmac` from
    `md5` to `sha256`.

  * The `-verify` option to the `openssl crl` and `openssl req` will make the
    program exit with 1 on failure.

  * The d2i_ASN1_GENERALIZEDTIME(), d2i_ASN1_UTCTIME(), ASN1_TIME_check(), and
    related functions have been augmented to check for a minimum length of
    the input string, in accordance with ITU-T X.690 section 11.7 and 11.8.

  * OPENSSL_sk_push() and sk_<TYPE>_push() functions now return 0 instead of -1
    if called with a NULL stack argument.

  * New limit on HTTP response headers is introduced to HTTP client. The
    default limit is set to 256 header lines.

This release incorporates the following bug fixes and mitigations:

  * The BIO_get_new_index() function can only be called 127 times before it
    reaches its upper bound of BIO_TYPE_MASK and will now return -1 once its
    exhausted.

A more detailed list of changes in this release can be found in the
[CHANGES.md] file.

Users interested in using the new QUIC functionality are encouraged to read the
[README file for QUIC][README-QUIC.md], which provides links to relevant
documentation and example code.

As always, bug reports and issues relating to OpenSSL can be [filed on our issue
tracker][issue tracker].

OpenSSL 3.2
-----------

### Major changes between OpenSSL 3.2.1 and OpenSSL 3.2.2 [under development]

OpenSSL 3.2.2 is a security patch release. The most severe CVE fixed in this
release is Low.

This release incorporates the following bug fixes and mitigations:

  * Fixed unbounded memory growth with session handling in TLSv1.3
    ([CVE-2024-2511])

### Major changes between OpenSSL 3.2.0 and OpenSSL 3.2.1 [30 Jan 2024]

OpenSSL 3.2.1 is a security patch release. The most severe CVE fixed in this
release is Low.

This release incorporates the following bug fixes and mitigations:

  * Fixed PKCS12 Decoding crashes
    ([CVE-2024-0727])
  * Fixed excessive time spent checking invalid RSA public keys
    ([CVE-2023-6237])
  * Fixed POLY1305 MAC implementation corrupting vector registers on PowerPC
    CPUs which support PowerISA 2.07
    ([CVE-2023-6129])

### Major changes between OpenSSL 3.1 and OpenSSL 3.2.0 [23 Nov 2023]

OpenSSL 3.2.0 is a feature release adding significant new functionality to
OpenSSL.

This release incorporates the following potentially significant or incompatible
changes:

  * The default SSL/TLS security level has been changed from 1 to 2.

  * The `x509`, `ca`, and `req` apps now always produce X.509v3 certificates.

  * Subject or issuer names in X.509 objects are now displayed as UTF-8 strings
    by default. Also spaces surrounding `=` in DN output are removed.

This release adds the following new features:

  * Support for client side QUIC, including support for
    multiple streams (RFC 9000)

  * Support for Ed25519ctx, Ed25519ph and Ed448ph in addition
    to existing support for Ed25519 and Ed448 (RFC 8032)

  * Support for deterministic ECDSA signatures (RFC 6979)

  * Support for AES-GCM-SIV, a nonce-misuse-resistant AEAD (RFC 8452)

  * Support for the Argon2 KDF, along with supporting thread pool
    functionality (RFC 9106)

  * Support for Hybrid Public Key Encryption (HPKE) (RFC 9180)

  * Support for SM4-XTS

  * Support for Brainpool curves in TLS 1.3

  * Support for TLS Raw Public Keys (RFC 7250)

  * Support for TCP Fast Open on Linux, macOS and FreeBSD,
    where enabled and supported (RFC 7413)

  * Support for TLS certificate compression, including library
    support for zlib, Brotli and zstd (RFC 8879)

  * Support for provider-based pluggable signature algorithms
    in TLS 1.3 with supporting CMS and X.509 functionality

    With a suitable provider this enables the use of post-quantum/quantum-safe
    cryptography.

  * Support for using the Windows system certificate store as a source of
    trusted root certificates

    This is not yet enabled by default and must be activated using an
    environment variable. This is likely to become enabled by default
    in a future feature release.

  * Support for using the IANA standard names in TLS ciphersuite configuration

  * Multiple new features and improvements to CMP protocol support

The following known issues are present in this release and will be rectified
in a future release:

  * Provider-based signature algorithms cannot be configured using the
    SignatureAlgorithms configuration file parameter (#22761)

This release incorporates the following documentation enhancements:

  * Added multiple tutorials on the OpenSSL library and in particular
    on writing various clients (using TLS and QUIC protocols) with libssl

    See [OpenSSL Guide].

This release incorporates the following bug fixes and mitigations:

  * Fixed excessive time spent in DH check / generation with large Q parameter
    value
    ([CVE-2023-5678])

A more detailed list of changes in this release can be found in the
[CHANGES.md] file.

Users interested in using the new QUIC functionality are encouraged to read the
[README file for QUIC][README-QUIC.md], which provides links to relevant
documentation and example code.
   2024-02-03 19:21:26 by Adam Ciarcinski | Files touched by this commit (3) | Package updated
Log message:
openssl: updated to 3.1.5

Changes between 3.1.4 and 3.1.5 [30 Jan 2024]

 * A file in PKCS12 format can contain certificates and keys and may come from
   an untrusted source. The PKCS12 specification allows certain fields to be
   NULL, but OpenSSL did not correctly check for this case. A fix has been
   applied to prevent a NULL pointer dereference that results in OpenSSL
   crashing. If an application processes PKCS12 files from an untrusted source
   using the OpenSSL APIs then that application will be vulnerable to this
   issue prior to this fix.

   OpenSSL APIs that were vulnerable to this are: PKCS12_parse(),
   PKCS12_unpack_p7data(), PKCS12_unpack_p7encdata(), PKCS12_unpack_authsafes()
   and PKCS12_newpass().

   We have also fixed a similar issue in SMIME_write_PKCS7(). However since this
   function is related to writing data we do not consider it security
   significant.

   ([CVE-2024-0727])
   2024-01-13 21:07:34 by Taylor R Campbell | Files touched by this commit (24)
Log message:
*/builtin.mk: Use ${_CROSS_DESTDIR:U} for build-time file checks.

These are questions about the target system, whose files at
build-time are all relative to ${_CROSS_DESTDIR} if it is defined,
i.e., if USE_CROSS_COMPILE is set to yes.

No change to native builds because ${_CROSS_DESTDIR:U} is empty in
them.  (Possible minor change by adding :Q to ${H_FOO} in command
lines, but if this makes a difference it likely fixes problems.)
   2023-12-27 16:55:58 by S.P.Zeidler | Files touched by this commit (2)
Log message:
openssl: fix configure for NetBSD/i386