So you should check in synaptic to get the exact version which openssl version -a obviously doesn't (it shows the build date but not the complete version name).
Depending on the Mint version it should show
1.0.1e-3ubuntu1.2 (on Mint 16, which you are talking about)
1.0.1-4ubuntu5.12 (on Mint 13)
1.0.1g-2 (on LMDE, which this thread is about)
Lingula wrote:It's a relatively low risk security hole for the average user a desktop-oriented OS.
Hackers are unlikely to take the time to retrieve tiny chunks of data repeatedly from a boring target with no potential for financial gain.
sudo openssl version -a
killer de bug wrote:py-thon wrote:This has nothing to do with being based on Ubuntu or Debian directly.
I know exactly how dist-upgrade and upgrade work, thank you.
I repeat :
- Rolling distro : dist-upgrade or you will break everything sooner or later (LMDE case)
- Frozen snapshot, no big upgrade in soft, only security fix and minor revision, so upgrade.
This version is no longer supported and thus might (I haven't checked) have other security issues apart from heartbleed.chuckatpdo wrote:(On Mint 15/386)
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