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News Bits: Heartbleed OpenSSL Bug Fallout Continues, Eurocom’s Electra 2 and More

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The Heart Continues to Bleed The Heartbleed OpenSSL bug, one of the most widespread and severe threats to Internet security, has continued to cause problems since its discovery last week. The vulnerability allows malicious parties to steal usernames, passwords and even encryption certificates, which assure users that the site they are visiting is the real version of that site. It has caused serious problems for a huge portion of the Internet, requiring passwords to be changed and certificates to be reissued. Users also seek reassurance regarding the security updates to OpenSSL. The Heartbleed OpenSSL bug affected major services such as Facebook, Dropbox and Google, and still hundreds of thousands of sites may possibly be exposed. Users should remain cautious about entering their personal information online, because with Heartbleed it is possible to impersonate sites and users by stealing their SSL […] Read Full Article


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