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PayPal IPN with woocommerce issue

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    Suddenly today I get this in woocommerce and the status says curl: opensslv1.0.0 but I have 1.0.1e installed any ideas?
     
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    I have woocommerce installed and it states it is running curl openssl 1.0.0 but I have 1.0.1e installed on the server how do i make woocommerce run on the new openssl
     
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    If you using WHM/Cpanel the problem woocommerce status says curl: opensslv1.0.0 however your server show

    Code:
    root@x [~]# openssl version
    OpenSSL 1.0.1e-fips 11 Feb 2013
    You have to remove the curlssl from the cPanel server and recompile the php for fixing this issue as follows,

    update curl
    Code:
    # yum update curlssl
    update openssl
    Code:
    # yum update openssl
    remove curl and recompile the php

    Code:
    # rm -rf /opt/curlssl
    # /scripts/easyapache
    refer the screenshot imgur.com/YBiAvgZ
     
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    Azli you are a star my friend worked a treat woocommerce isnt showing any error on remote post and reports to be running 1.0.1e
    Thank you
     
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    @Aszli: I had the same issue and your solution worked like a charm. Very thanks!
     
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    This worked great.

    For me... even though I got "no packages marked for update"

    Code:
    root# yum update curlssl
    Loaded plugins: fastestmirror, presto
    Setting up Update Process
    Loading mirror speeds from cached hostfile
    * base: distro.ibiblio.org
    * extras: mirror.netdepot.com
    * updates: mirror.cs.pitt.edu
    No Match for argument: curlssl
    No package curlssl available.
    No Packages marked for Update
    root# yum update openssl
    Loaded plugins: fastestmirror, presto
    Setting up Update Process
    Loading mirror speeds from cached hostfile
    * base: distro.ibiblio.org
    * extras: mirror.netdepot.com
    * updates: mirror.cs.pitt.edu
    No Packages marked for Update
    
    I still went through with the
    Code:
    rm -rf /opt/curlssl
    and then recompiled using EasyApache from the WHM by just clicking on rebuild my current profile.

    Both curlssl and openssl work as expected.

    Thanks.
     
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    I ran your method @Azli Jahroni but my version still shows the same as before? Yum showed no updates, I removed that curlssl directory and recompiled apache. Same version number.

    OpenSSL 1.0.1e-fips 11 Feb 2013
     
  9. Kent Brockman

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    Yes, that is the version shipped with the OS. I guess you are using CentOS 6.8, right?
     
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  11. Kent Brockman

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    I'm in the same boat. That is the version shipped by the OS and available via yum updates. Any attempt to upgrade to a modern version could cause unstability and lost of support by the OS and cPanel itself. That's what I've been told in a ticket here. So, unfortunately that's the best version of OpenSSL we can have; stick to it or adventure to break your production server with an unsupported version :)

    Otherwise, you can pay and switch to CloudLinux which is actually using a 2015 version of OpenSSL... In my case, I'll stick to CentOS by now.

    CentOS 7: I think it has a better OpenSSL version. Not sure. Can't test it. Anybody can confirm?

    Best regards
     
    #11 Kent Brockman, Aug 22, 2016
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