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Undeadly now also supports TLS 1.3

Contributed by Paul 'WEiRD' de Weerd on from the public service announcement dept.

After our article on TLS 1.3 server support in LibreSSL, we have decided to upgrade the machine running the undeadly website to newer LibreSSL.

Since earlier today the site supports TLS 1.3. Undeadly still gets an A+ on Qualys' SSL Labs.

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  1. By Will Backman (bitgeist) on

    How complex were the changes? Easy process?

    1. By Paul 'WEiRD' de Weerd (weerd) on

      No configuration changes were necessary (at all). All that was done was upgrade to a more recent snapshot:

      [weerd@undeadly] $ sysctl kern.version
      kern.version=OpenBSD 6.7-current (GENERIC) #182: Wed May 13 18:14:01 MDT 2020

      Note that Undeadly runs mostly with base software (httpd(8) with all the libressl bits from the OS and acme-client(1)), the undeadly code itself works with kcgi.

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