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The Heartbleed Bug

Heartbleed, the bug being called one of the Internet’s biggest security threats, has been around for two years – but it was only recently discovered. Almost two-thirds of all sites on the Internet use OpenSSL, according to estimates, making this bug possibly one of the most dangerous the Internet has ever seen. The bug affects web servers running Apache and Nginx software, and it has the potential to expose private information users enter into websites, applications, web email and even instant messages. You can learn more about this bug, dubbed ???Heartbleed,??? here: