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Re: RE: OpenSSL leaks server-Keys / The Heartbleed Bug

April 14, 2014 03:03PM
Fyi. if you are running a ssl tunnel like stunnel with openssl 0.9.x, this attack is logged as "SSL3_GET_RECORD:wrong version number" as opposed to no nginx/openssl logging.

If you have logging going back 2 years and you are seeing these log entries now, you may be able to detect attacks from before 7-4-2014.

Here we have many stunnels with openssl 0.9.x and found the first attacks at: 2014.04.08 22:19:14 (CET) in more then 2 years of logging.

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