cURL 7.50.3 released with cmake and openssl fix

cURL 7.50.3 had just been release recently with a further bug fixes. As we already know cURL is an open source and freely distributed software project, a command-line utility that help you easily transfer any type of data using a URL syntax. It supports a wide-range or file transfer protocols and can be integrated into various applications. cURL 7.50.3 changelog  
CVE-2016-7167: escape and unescape integer overflows use SHA256 instead of SHA1 checksrc: detect strtok() use errors: new alias CURLE_WEIRD_SERVER_REPLY http2: support > 64bit sized uploads openssl: fix bad memory free (regression) CMake: hide private library symbols http: refuse to pass on response body when NO_NODY is set cmake: fix curl-config –static-libs mbedtls: switch off NTLM in build if md4 isn’t available curl: –create-dirs on windows groks both forward and backward slashes  

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