OpenSSL fork LibreSSL removes 90000 lines of code with no difference in functionality

LibreSSL is backed by OpenBSD and will be prepped for other platforms later. Now they’re working through a complete rewrite as apparently OpenSSL is just too too messy.

Read the story here:OpenSSL code beyond repair, claims creator of “LibreSSL” fork | Ars Technica.

read the rage and the coding diffs here on OpenSSL Rampage

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