Monthly Archives: April 2014

OpenSSL Update

Instructions on how to secure your server against the Heartbleed vulnerability:

  1. Edit CentOS-Base.repo (vi /etc/yum.repos.d/CentOS-Base.repo)
    • Add the # sign to this URL: mirrorlist=http://... (#mirrorlist=http://...)
    • Delete # sign to this URL: #baseurl=http://... (baseurl=http://...)
  2. yum clean all
  3. yum update openssl
  4. openssl version -a (Confirm the update: exemple: 'built on: Tue Apr 8 02:39:29 UTC 2014')
  5. rpm -q --changelog openssl | head (fix can be confirmed)
  6. Restart Apache
  7. Re-edit CentOS-Base.repo (vi /etc/yum.repos.d/CentOS-Base.repo)
    • Delete the # sign to this URL: #mirrorlist=http://... (mirrorlist=http://...)
    • Add # sign to this URL: baseurl=http://... (#baseurl=http://...)

Source: GoDaddy.

Re-Keying an SSL Certificate in GoDaddy.

Turning off SSL engine in Apache for CentOS

  1. vi /etc/httpd/conf.d/ssl.conf (Edit ssl.conf)
  2. SSLEngine off (Find a line SSLEngine and turn it to off)
  3. service httpd restart (Restart the Httpd Services)

Source: Linux Toolkits