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Date 2014-03-20.22:21:56
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By the way:

> Using the default or the "wide" open strings are inherently more
> dangerous because of the wide range of OpenSSL's that are in
> production use. It's hard without auditing every version of OpenSSL to 
> figure out what ciphers will be available in what circumstances

This doesn't parse. If the system OpenSSL isn't maintained properly, it's not Python's job to workaround that. And we certainly don't have the required knowledge and dedication anyway.
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