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Is RHEL is vulnerable to HeartBleed bug?

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I've seen several articles that listed Centos 6.x as vulnerable, but DID NOT LIST RHEL 6.

I'd think that if Centos 6.x is vulnerable, then so would RHEL 6.x, since Centos is made from RHEL sources.

Does anyone know for sure either way?

posted Apr 14, 2014 by Sonu Jindal

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Yes, RHEL 6 was effected.

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Check https://access.redhat.com/security/cve/CVE-2014-0160

This issue did not affect the versions of openssl as shipped with Red Hat Enterprise Linux 5, Red Hat Enterprise Linux 6.4 and earlier, Red Hat JBoss Enterprise Application Platform 5 and 6, and Red Hat JBoss Web Server 1 and 2.

This issue does affect Red Hat Enterprise Linux 6.5, Red Hat Enterprise Virtualization Hypervisor 6.5, and Red Hat Storage 2.1, which provided openssl 1.0.1e. Errata have been released to correct this issue.

answer Apr 14, 2014 by Kiran Kumar
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