If you merely using Open SSL as the certificate issuing tool, you should upgrade, but it does not expose your system to any vulnerability as it is not directly accessed by external resources/users.
First do check sslv2 is disable before upgrading to latest version of openssl.
There's not an Open SSL folder on the either of the Windows 2008R2 servers, but there is on the Windows 7 PC under Apache\bin.
If I disable SSLv3 on the Windows 2008R2 server running Exchange 2010, will that break Exchange? I started looking in to this issue when we received our Quarterly external scanning report.
Exacq has not released a version with the newest Open SSL yet, so am I safe on this machine until I start using the SSL Certificate? Watch Guard acquires Percipient Networks to extend protection to the DNS layer, further increasing the value of Total Security Suite.