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  • I also noticed that the MD5 cracker used OpenSSL's libs so I also added support for openssl, which is much faster than rfc's.

    Softpedia - Windows - All

  • Interestingly, openssl, which is used by the majority of the Internet for secure communications, is

    Original Signal - Transmitting Buzz

  • (which drags in glib and gdkpixbuf optionally), musicbrainz (Rhythmbox uses this, too), nepomuk, loudmouth, curl, libxml2, openssl ... in other words, stuff you probably already have on your system and of those you might not, are pretty tiny in and of themselves.

    Planet KDE

  • You can also use the "openssl" command to get the fingerprint of your cert, you will just need to remove the colons out of the string when providing it to NickServ.

    Planet Ubuntu

  • Built as a cocoa wrapper to the built-in "openssl" command, it provides you with a drag-and-drop interface that will output the various checksums available for the given file.


  • Lucikly the first post I read was a funny one he's got that quirky Moomin thing going about him marveling at getting a free music CD in a box of Indian food, and not the one about him writing code, which includes sentences such as this one: "And once I get rid of libcrypt from openssl, I get rid of two silly runtime loadable libraries that git no longer needs."

    Archive 2009-11-01

  • Stick to using the Keychain or bcrypt for passwords, use openssl or gpg.

    Archive 2008-10-01

  • Curl doesn't seem to have openssl backend as I get this error: checking for OPENSSL... no

    Google Gadgets for Linux

  • On Ubuntu, the necessary package is "libcurl4-openssl-dev".

    Google Gadgets for Linux

  • The 'libcurl4-openssl-dev' package should do the trick.

    Google Gadgets for Linux


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