system environment/daemons

mod_gnutls - GnuTLS module for the Apache HTTP server

License: ASL 2.0
mod_gnutls uses the GnuTLS library to provide SSL 3.0, TLS 1.0 and TLS 1.1
encryption for Apache HTTPD.  It is similar to mod_ssl in purpose, but does
not use OpenSSL.  A primary benefit of using this module is the ability to
configure multiple SSL certificates for a single IP-address/port combination
(useful for securing virtual hosts).

    * Support for SSL 3.0, TLS 1.0 and TLS 1.1.
    * Support for client certificates.
    * Support for RFC 5081 OpenPGP certificate authentication.
    * Support for Server Name Indication.
    * Distributed SSL Session Cache via Memcached
    * Local SSL Session Cache using DBM
    * Sets enviromental vars for scripts (compatible with mod_ssl vars)
    * Small and focused code base:
         Lines of code in mod_gnutls: 3,593
         Lines of code in mod_ssl: 15,324


mod_gnutls-0.7.2-1.el7.centos.x86_64 [47 KiB] Changelog by Django (2015-11-22):
Bugfix: Non-blocking reads in the input filter could lead to a busy
  wait in the gnutls_io_input_read function, causing high load on
  Keep-Alive connections waiting for data, until either more data
  could be received or the connection was closed. The fix is to pass
  EAGAIN/EINTR results up to the input filter so they can be handled
- Close TLS session if the input filter receives EOF (mostly relevant
  for proper termination of proxy connections).
- Remove dependency on APR Memcache, which is replaced by the newer
  version included in the APR Utility Library (libaprutil).
- Remove dependency on bc. It was used for floating point arithmetic
  in the test suite, the calculations have been changed to use
  integers and pure bash code.
mod_gnutls-0.7.1-1.el7.centos.x86_64 [46 KiB] Changelog by Django (2015-10-29):
- Improved handling of PKCS #11 modules: mod_gnutls now loads either
  modules specified using GnuTLSP11Module, or the system defaults, but
  not both. Thanks to Nikos Mavrogiannopoulos for the report and
  initial patch!
- Initialize variables to safe defaults during client certificate
  verification. Certain error code paths did not set them, but they
  should never be hit due to config validation. This adds another line
  of defense.
- Enable C99 support via autoconf
- Test suite improvements. Most importantly, automake now handles
  environment setup without any external make calls. Rules to build
  the certificates are included from the old test makefile. Note that
  the dependency on GNU make is not new (the test makefile always used
  GNU make syntax), it just wasn't listed explicitly
mod_gnutls-0.6-2.el7.centos.x86_64 [37 KiB] Changelog by Django (2014-09-28):
- extra configfile for module and configuration

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