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Ruby 1.9.3-p194 is released This release includes security fix of RubyGems

This release include Security Fix for RubyGems: SSL server verification failure for remote repository. And many bugs are fixed in this release. == Security Fix for RubyGems: SSL server verification failure for remote repository This release includes two security fixes in RubyGems. Turn on verification of server SSL certs Disallow redirects from https to http Users who uses https source in .gemrc or /etc/gemrc are encouraged to upgrade to 1.9.3-p194. Following is excerpted from RubyGems 1.8.23 release note [1]. "This release increases the security used when RubyGems is talking to an https server. If you use a custom RubyGems server over SSL, this release will cause RubyGems to no longer connect unless your SSL cert is globally valid. You can configure SSL certificate usage in RubyGems through the :sslca_cert and :ssl verify_mode options in ~/.gemrc and /etc/gemrc. The recom...

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