On Sun, Feb 10, 2008 at 07:27:28PM +0100, Werner Koch wrote:

> On Thu,  7 Feb 2008 16:37, [EMAIL PROTECTED] said:
> > I don't have any idea why or why not, but all they can release now is
> > source code with #ifdef openssl >= 0.9.9  ... do PSK stuff ... #endif,
> The last time I checked the Mozilla code they used their own crypto
> stuff.  When did they switched to OpenSSL and how do they solve the
> GPL/OpenSSL license incompatibility?

You are probably right about that, they use the "NSS" library. It is
sometimes easy to forget that not all the world is OpenSSL...


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