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SBS2011 and OpenSSL

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With all this fuss over the breach of security in OpenSSL.
We have a SBS2011 server running with no extra tricks added and using a selfsigned certificate for Outlook Web Access.
All Microsoft updates are upto date.
Are we at risk because of this?
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SBS uses IIS for hosting OWA, etc.  Not OpenSSL.  
Unless you have a specific website and you installed, configured with Open SSL you're not at risk.
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sorry i mean if you have a custom website hosting on your sbs and you have openssl on that site then you are at risk.

sbs doesnt use openssl
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Thaks for your prompt help
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