"The National Institute of Standards and Technology apparently
has backtracked on its revocation of OpenSSL certification under
the Federal Information Processing Standard.
"OpenSSL, which is managed by the Open Source Software Institute
in Hattiesburg, Miss., in January became one of the first
open-source software products to be validated under NIST's Computer
Module Validation Program for FIPS 140-2. Since then, the
certificate has been suspended, then apparently revoked; on Tuesday
it was placed back into suspension..."