[Fwd: Re: [stunnel-users] Problem in Stunnel with too many connections]

Michal Trojnara Michal.Trojnara at mobi-com.net
Fri Dec 1 09:12:21 CET 2006

Dear Users,

I'm forwarding the reply of Brian Hatch.
He explains the problems with stunnel.org.

Best regards,

-------------------------- Wiadomość oryginalna --------------------------
Temat: Re: [stunnel-users] Problem in Stunnel with too many connections
Od:    "Brian Hatch" <bri at stunnel.org>
Data:  Pt Grudnia 1 2006, 1:32 am
Do:    "Michal Trojnara" <Michal.Trojnara at mobi-com.net>
Dw:    stunnel-users at mirt.net

Around about 2006-11-29 21:16 +0100, Michal Trojnara offered:

> On Wednesday 29 November 2006 16:56, ~ Kunal Sharma ~ wrote:
> > I downloaded Stunnel from stunnel.org and had no idea I have a new
version at *the home site*.
> I see.  This page should put some light on it:
> http://www.stunnel.org/related/
> Brian Hatch, the author of www.stunnel.org web page did a great
> job building the page, writing documentation, patches, etc.
> Unfortunately he is quite busy nowadays, so the page is becoming
obsolete and misleading.

Actually, the problem was different.  The website was hosted on a box
behind a firewall, and the firewall maintainer (not me) blocked off port
22, so the automatic rsyncs were failing, and I hadn't noticed.

It should be up to speed again now, including 4.20 which just came out.

The remaining points Mike makes are, sadly, true.

Brian Hatch                  "Sorry, sorry,
   Systems and                sorry, much apologizings."
   Security Engineer

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