DragonFlyBSD Continues LibreSSL Push, OpenSSL To Be Dropped
Written by Michael Larabel in BSD on 20 October 2016 at 06:15 AM EDT. Add A Comment
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DragonFlyBSD is now defaulting to LibreSSL throughout its operating system stack and is planning to completely remove OpenSSL in the near future.

Last month DragonFlyBSD began using LibreSSL by default while that effort has continued. OpenSSL is no longer being built by default and in about one month's time the OpenSSL support will be completely stripped from the DragonFly tree.

More details via this mailing list post.
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