Debian Security Advisory 2398-2

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    Debian Linux Security Advisory 2398-2 - cURL is a command-line tool and library for transferring data with URL syntax. It was discovered that the countermeasures against the Dai/Rogaway chosen-plaintext attack on SSL/TLS (CVE-2011-3389, "BEAST") cause interoperability issues with some server implementations. This update ads the the CURLOPT_SSL_OPTIONS and CURLSSLOPT_ALLOW_BEAST options to the library, and the - --ssl-allow-beast option to the "curl" program.

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