Posts tagged “OpenSSL testing”
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- 11 Aug 2014 »
I've produced a report on the early, promising results of my OpenSSL makefile refactoring experiment, in which I was successful using GNU make.
- 26 Jun 2014 »
I'm experimenting with refactoring OpenSSL's existing recursive Make structure into a top-Makefile-with-includes structure.
- 06 Jun 2014 »
To launch the effort to add unit/automated tests to OpenSSL, I've created OpenSSL wiki pages and created the openssl-testing Google Group
- 05 Jun 2014 »
While writing the tests for the "goto fail" and Heartbleed bugs, I stumbled upon an xUnit-like pattern for writing tests without a framework.
- 02 Jun 2014 »
The OpenSSL team has accepted my offer to help improve its unit/automated testing, and now I'm recruiting people to help in the effort.
- 19 May 2014 »
Thanks to Ben Laurie, my unit/regression test for the Heartbleed bug has been commited to the central OpenSSL source repository.
- 12 May 2014 »
Martin Fowler invited me to contribute an article to his website making a case for unit testing in the wake of "goto fail" and Heartbleed.
- 13 Apr 2014 »
A Testing on the Toilet-inspired article about the Heartbleed bug and how it could have been prevented