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‘Heartbleed’ fix may slow Web performance

16
Apr
2014

The bad news is that Web browsers may be overloaded by the overhaul of security certificates, leading to error messages and impacting Web performance, said Johannes Ullrich of the SANS Internet Storm Center. The patches enable the Web operators to obtain new security certificates that demonstrate they can be trusted by Web browsers. But Ullrich noted that for each patch, Web browsers must update their list of untrusted certificates or keys that would be rejected.

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