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Check if your Perl 5 stack is vulnerable to the OpenSSL heartbleed bug

Check if your Perl stack is vulnerable to the OpenSSL « heartbleed » bug.

curl -s https://gist.githubusercontent.com/dolmen/10096474/raw/ssl-heartbleed-check.pl | perl
#!/usr/bin/env perl
use strict;
use warnings;
sub print_color (*$$)
{
my ($fh, $color, $text) = @_;
print $fh
-t $fh
? "\e[${color}m$text\e[m\n"
: "$text\n"
}
use Net::SSLeay ();
my $ssl_ver = Net::SSLeay::SSLeay();
my $ssl_ver_text = Net::SSLeay::SSLeay_version(0);
my $ssl_cflags = Net::SSLeay::SSLeay_version(2);
my $ssl_built_on = Net::SSLeay::SSLeay_version(3);
print "$ssl_ver_text\n";
printf "SSL version 0x%x %d.%d.%d%s\nCFLAGS=%s\nBUILT_ON=%s\n",
$ssl_ver,
($ssl_ver >> 28) & 0xff,
($ssl_ver >> 20) & 0xff,
($ssl_ver >> 12) & 0xff,
do { my $minor = ($ssl_ver >> 4) & 0xff; $minor ? chr(96+$minor) : '' },
$ssl_cflags,
$ssl_built_on;
# TODO : openssl may be dynamically linked, so the version reported by
# Net::SSLeay may not match the real version installed
if ( ($ssl_ver_text =~ /^OpenSSL 1\.0\.(?:1[a-f]?|2-beta1)(?:-fips)? /
|| ($ssl_ver >= 0x10001000 && $ssl_ver <= 0x1000106f) || $ssl_ver == 0x10002001)
&& $ssl_cflags !~ / -DOPENSSL_NO_HEARTBEATS /) {
(my $build_time = $ssl_built_on) =~ s/^[^:]*: *//;
my $recently_built = eval {
eval {
require POSIX;
POSIX::setlocale(POSIX::LC_TIME(), "C");
} or warn $@;
require Time::Piece;
my $t = Time::Piece->strptime($build_time, '%a %b %d %T UTC %Y');
#print $t->strftime("%Y-%m-%d"), "\n";
$t->epoch > 1396828800 # 2014-04-07 00:00:00
} or warn $@;
if ($recently_built) {
print_color \*STDERR, "1;33", "Version number indicates vulnerable, but your build is recent so may be patched.";
} else {
print_color \*STDERR, "1;31", "Vulnerable to heartbleed!";
}
exit 1;
} else {
#print_color \*STDOUT, "1;32", "Not vulnerable to heartbleed.";
print_color \*STDOUT, "1;33", "Maybe not vulnerable to heartbleed.";
}
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@dolmen dolmen commented Apr 8, 2014

I just improved the check with an heuristic to detect patched versions.

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@ironcamel ironcamel commented Apr 10, 2014

Time::Piece->strptime($build_time, '%a %b %d %T UTC %Y') fails if $build_time contains a time zone string other than UTC. Changing the format string to '%a %b %d %T %Z %Y' doesn't work either, whether the time string has UTC in it or not. Any ideas?

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@ironcamel ironcamel commented Apr 11, 2014

A friend (@alnewkirk) showed me a workaround by using Time::ParseDate to parse the time string.

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