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Networking Equipment Makers Scramble to Patch Heartbleed - Mashable

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Networking Equipment Makers Scramble to Patch Heartbleed
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It's not just websites that are vulnerable to Heartbleed.

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Heartbleed is about to get worse, and it will slow the Internet to a crawl - Washington Post (blog)

Heartbleed is about to get worse, and it will slow the Internet to a crawl - Washington Post (blog) | Cyber Security | Scoop.it
Heartbleed is about to get worse, and it will slow the Internet to a crawl Washington Post (blog) Efforts to fix the notorious Heartbleed bug threaten to cause major disruptions to the Internet over the next several weeks as companies scramble to...
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Heartbleed, Running the Code - Computerphile

We look at and run the code that exploits the Heartbleed bug. Dr. Steven Bagley takes us through the code and shows us how it works. Relevant RFC Document: h...
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Did open source matter for Heartbleed? - ZDNet

Did open source matter for Heartbleed? - ZDNet | Cyber Security | Scoop.it
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Did open source matter for Heartbleed?
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The ugly episode of Heartbleed has put OpenSSL under more scrutiny than any open source software project ever.

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The Heartbleed Bug

Rawlings Atlantic Director Sanford Dickert sheds light on the Heartbleed bug and explains how you can protect yourself. More from CNN at http://www.cnn.com/ ...
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Heartbleed bug highlights banks' severe cyber security headaches ...

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Shortly after news of the Heartbleed bug hit the media this week, the Canadian Bankers Association put out a statement declaring that their members were secure and that Canadians could rest easy. Their financial information ...
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