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Default LibreSSL 2.1.1 released...and included a bonus note from Bob Beck

https://marc.info/?l=openbsd-announc...7213320729&w=2

"As well as continued ongoing fixes as we proactively change the
codebase to reflect modern safe programming practices. The success of
this is reflected in the fact that LibreSSL was not vulnerable to the
two memory leak issues released on "OpenSSL Tuesday" - They were in
fact initially fixed in LibreSSL."

But hey, what does the OpenBSD team know about security and code correctness? They're just part-time hobbyists, right? =)
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