Changed the package version scheme to be PEP 386 compatible. The new scheme no longer contains underscores or patch level letters.
Added a CA root certificate bundle file ca-bundle.crt, which is created from the current Mozilla root CA certificate list. This allows verifying server certificates without having to rely on the system root CA certificate list.
The bundle file will be updated with each new release of eGenix
pyOpenSSL. We also make the file available as separate download. Please
see the product page for details.
Added pyOpenSSL examples/ directory to the source distribution.
Added a new OpenSSL.ca_bundle module which provides easy to use access to the embedded ca-bundle.crt file.
Added new example https_client.py to the examples/ directory, which demonstrates setting up an SSL connection and using the new OpenSSL.ca_bundle module.
Windows x64 builds now have assembler code turned back on again, after a problem with OpenSSL 1.0.1c.
Upgraded the included pyOpenSSL library from version 0.9 to version 0.10. See the announcement for a summary of changes.
Added a new default certificate search path. The embedded OpenSSL libs will now look for certificates in /etc/ssl on Unix platforms and /System/Library/OpenSSL on Mac OS X
Note that it's still better to explicitly tell OpenSSL where to look for
trusted certificates via .load_verify_locations(None, certs_dir) than
to rely on the above defaults using context.set_default_verify_paths()
Added support for Win64 and precompiled Python 2.6 compatible
binaries for that platform (you can find the OpenSSL libs in
Added support for Mac OS X 10.6 on Intel x64.
Added .egg Distributions for Python 2.4 as well (in order to support Plone 3).
work-around chosen by the OpenSSL team is to disable SSL session
renegotiations altogether. This can cause applications relying on this
feature on the client or server side to fail. You can still download
the previous version of our pyOpenSSL distribution if you run into such problems.
Upgraded the included pyOpenSSL library to version 0.9, which includes a new fix for the threading problems of version 0.8 and several new features.
Upgraded the included OpenSSL libraries to version 0.9.8k, which includes a number of important bug fixes related to SSL.
Changes from 0.8.1_0.9.8j_1 to 0.8.1_0.9.8j_2:
Added support for Mac OS X and pre-built archives for this platform.
Changes from 0.8.0_0.9.8j_1 to 0.8.1_0.9.8j_1:
a serious problem with pyOpenSSL 0.8.0 and multi-threaded applications:
the new threading fixes cause invalid thread states in the Python
interpreter which resulted in random core dumps and seg faults. The patch was provided by Maxim Sobolev on SourceForge. Note that this patch has not yet been integrated into upstream pyOpenSSL.
pre-built archives for Windows upon request from the Plone people: this
makes it easier to integrate the archives into buildout scripts.
Changes from 0.8.0_0.9.8i_1 to 0.8.0_0.9.8j_1:
Upgraded the included OpenSSL libs to version 0.9.8j, which fixes a vulnerability found in earlier OpenSSL releases of the 0.9.8 branch: CVE-2008-5077.
Enabled zlib compression support
in OpenSSL for both the Linux and Windows builds, so OpenSSL
client/servers can now negotiate on-the-fly zlib compression for SSL