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Neelakanta

"Java 6 (java-1.7.0-openjdk)" should be "Java 6 (java-1.6.0-openjdk) " (typo)

Bruno Belotti

Hi Jeff, here's a question for you: after the OpenSSL HeartBleed bug, I had to update my Elastic Beanstalk container (I created a new environment and I performed a "swap url"), choosing PHP as my platform (the more recent EC2 instance was AMI 2014.02).

My problem is: when I connect trough SSL to the server I still get:

"https://aws.amazon.com/amazon-linux-ami/2013.09-release-notes/"

I even tried to execute a "sudo yum update", but the server responded with "No packages marked for update".

Why is that? Am I doing something wrong?

BTW, I checked the openssl version... which is the "1.0.1e-fips 11 Feb 2013" but "built on: Mon Apr 7 23:39:44 UTC 2014".... Now I have no idea if my environment is secure and "bug free" or not.

As you can imagine, It's pretty frustrating...
Some tips?

Thanks!
Bruno

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