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UK Parenting Website Mumsnet Resets User Passwords Following Heartbleed Breach

15
Apr
2014

Mumsnet.com, the popular British parenting website that has millions of unique visitors each month, is requiring registered users to change their passwords because hackers appear to have exploited the notorious Heartbleed bug to gain access to customer information.

According to a statement published on the website by Mumsnet founder Justine Roberts, the company learned of the data breach on April 11.

On Thursday 10 April we at MNHQ became aware of the bug and immediately ran tests to …

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