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Re: OpenLDAP security patchs for 2.0 branch
--On Tuesday, September 07, 2004 10:04 AM -0300 Federico Petronio
Hello, we write to you because we currently run OpenLDAP 2.0.27. When we
installed it we read somewhere that security fixes (if any bug is
discovered) will continue to be released, that was some time ago now.
Should we upgrade if we want to stay updated about known security bugs?
or we can trust that patchs will be available in case of a new bug is
discovered en the 2.0 branch?
2.0 was retired a long time ago. No patches or upgrades are released for
2.0 by the OpenLDAP group. If you are using a vendor supplied version of
OpenLDAP, then that vendor may provide patches. If you want a secure
release of OpenLDAP that comes with support, you should probably look at a
company like Symas (http://www.symas.com).
The current supported branch of OpenLDAP is 2.2, with the current release
being 2.2.15. It is available from http://www.openldap.org.
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