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[Q] HeartBleed 4.2.2 on Htc one x + At&T stock

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ok i downloaded the updated openssl from openssl.org
gonna try to install manually, ill post if it worked and how i did it...
edit: false alarm, i need to compile it myself but im no dev :d
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After installing arhd 8.0 this app started to say that the vulnerable behavior is activated. What can I do?

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After installing arhd 8.0 this app started to say that the vulnerable behavior is activated. What can I do?

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simply nothing -_-
we should get htc over to give us an update with the bug fixed, no matter if we get a new version of android the bug has to be fixed
i can't reach htc support somehow -_-
well there has to be something
right now im trying to put the kitkat openssl version to jellybean to see if it works :d :fingerscrossed:
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I read somewhere (android community?) that HTC is thinking about updating the ssl library in all phones.
 
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Old topic, i know but yet to know, the only way i found to fix heartbleed is to upgrade to android kitkat.
I am using mokee rom at 4.4.3 kitkat latest stable and it has openssl 1.0.1e which is vulnerable but heartbeats disabled... So its safe


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ROM: BlackOut ROM
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Current hTC One X+ (encr2b)
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ROM: ViperX+ (ahhh i missed Venomroms xD)
Kernel: Stock ViperX+ kernel
OC: N/A
UV: -50mA
 
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There is an official update for the International One X+ which fixes the heartbleed vulnerability. I'm not sure whether an official fix for the AT&T version has been released yet though.

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