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How To Protect Yourself From This New Terrifying Security Flaw Called ‘Heartbleed’

09
Apr
2014

Theres a big problem with one of the tools used to protect your data as it travels over the Internet. The bug, revealed on Monday by security researchers at Google and at an independent firm called Codenomicon, is called Heartbleed, and it compromises at least 66 percent of active websites, according to the team that discovered it. Whenever data (passwords, usernames, etc.) is sent through the Internet, it gets encrypted, or turned into a code, so hackers cant access it. What makes the Heartbleed flaw truly scary is that it can allow hackers to break that encryption and access to

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