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'Heartbleed' bug poses major data security risk for all Internet users

Published: 09 Apr 2014 Average Rating: unrated Print
 

Author: Zach Warren

The bug, which has been on the Internet undetected for roughly two years, does not attack individual websites or companies like recent hacks into the systems of Target, Mt. Gox, and others. Instead, Heartbleed exploits a flaw in the code that is designed to keep servers secure.

 
 
 

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