[ECOS] openssl port status

Tim Hatton tim@coherent-tech.co.uk
Thu Oct 12 11:57:00 GMT 2006

I just wanted to check what the status of the ecos port of openssl at
ftp://ftp.ecoscentric.com/pub/contrib/openssl-1.9.6b.epk is.
Is this the latest version around (it seems to be reasonably old, but they
may not be a bad thing).
Should I be looking anywhere else for a later version?

Also, a specific question about the port: is there any reason why the IDEA
encryption algorithm (which is patented) is required in order to enable the
SSL API? Without SSL API I can't do anything, which sort of implies that I
have to enable IDEA, but I don't want to use patented algorithms. Have I
misunderstood something fundamental here?
Best regards,

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