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I have installed (long time ago) Apache server on Ubuntu 12.04. How could I know the Openssl version my server is using ?

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Go to your terminal and type openssl after that a prompt will come up and just type in version. The OpenSSL version should print to the console.

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but is not that the version of openssl installed on my computer and which has nothing to do with Apache 2 that has maybe an embedded independant openssl version – user284234 May 3 '14 at 16:10
    
Did this answer work for you, then? Sorry; I was a bit confused with your question at first. – Noah Buscher May 8 '14 at 2:06
    
yes, thank you. You must be here instead of being on Facebook: at least here you can be useful for the humankind :) – user284234 May 8 '14 at 15:42

Try this command,

apt-cache policy openssl

To get the installed openssl version only, then run the below command

apt-cache policy openssl | awk '/Installed:/ {print $2}'
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