My posts for the last two days have been about the recent GnuTLS vulnerability that I read about on ZDNet. In that post it says that the only versions not affected by the security flaw are 3.1.25, 3.2.15, and 3.3.3. In my first post I said you could try changing your update repositories to Ubuntu 14.10's repositories, and in my second post I showed you how to install from source.
Well, forget all that, because Ubuntu has patched the flaw for the following versions of Ubuntu:
- 14.04 LTS
- 12.04 LTS
- 10.04 LTS
Sorry I didn't catch that earlier...