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Status: WontFix
Last visit 17 days ago
Closed: Mar 2018
NextAction: ----
OS: ----
Pri: 3
Type: Patch

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Memoryleaks Dtls/Srtp by using InitializeSSL and CleanupSSL without doing a call

Reported by, Feb 21 2014

Issue description

What steps will reproduce the problem?
1.webrtc rev. 5462
2.with new implementation acticated opennss 
3.start of application with "InitializeSSL" and shutdown of application with "CleanupSSL"

What is the expected result?
All allocated memory has to be freed.

What do you see instead?

Visual Leak Detector detected 663 memory leaks (95517 bytes).

What version of the product are you using? On what operating system?
webrtc/trunk revision 5462, Windows 7

Please provide any additional information below.

with the corrections in the attached file the memory leaks is 0.

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Comment 1 by, Feb 24 2014

@jiay, PTAL!
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Comment 2 by, Feb 26 2014


it seems to be a bug inside nss. Could you take a look?

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Comment 3 by, Feb 27 2014


I talked with wtc offline. He offers to fix the problem in NSS upstream. Could you format your change into a patch file to make it easier to port for wtc? 

Comment 4 by, Feb 27 2014


I am an NSS developer. Thank you for reporting the leaks. I filed
an upstream NSS bug report:

Once I have your patch file, I will review it and check it in.
I have copied the patched files to the .zip file. So you can open and copy to your directory. With the nss files I have a problem to generate a .patch file. I hope you can work with this solution.
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Comment 6 by, Jun 6 2014

Wan-Teh, did this get resolved?
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Comment 7 by, Dec 16 2014

Labels: Area-Network
ping wtc@
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Comment 8 by, Dec 17 2014

Labels: -Type-Bug Type-Patch
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Comment 9 by, Jan 6 2015

Labels: EngTriaged
Status: Assigned
Justin, please keep ping Wan-Teh.
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Comment 10 by, Nov 8 2016

Labels: Pri-3
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Comment 11 by, Mar 30 2018

Status: WontFix (was: Assigned)
Obsolete since we moved from NSS to BoringSSL:

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