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After reviewing government websites for Heartbleed exploits, HealthCare.gov changed users' passwords.
With the Heartbleed bug grabbing headlines around the world, attackers are leveraging the news for their own malicious tactics.
Security firm Mandiant detailed the heartbleed exploit, which was used on one of its clients.
This threat, which is possible as a result of the Heartbleed bug, could affect millions of users directly.
Phishing emails, purporting to come from a notable U.S. military insurance group, are using the threat of the Heartbleed bug to coerce users into giving up their credentials.
Symantec researchers have observed an email spam campaign in which an Infostealer trojan is disguised as a Heartbleed bug removal tool.
The Royal Canadian Mounted Police arrested a 19-year-old man in Ontario who they believe exploited the Heartbleed bug to steal information from a federal agency.
The Heartbleed Bug is a critical OpenSSL flaw said to leave online information, including payment card data, vulnerable to being exposed.
The Heartbleed bug cost the Canada Revenue Agency (CRA) 900 social insurance numbers, which were stolen by a hacker exploiting the OpenSSL flaw.
Organizations vulnerable to the SSL/TLS encryption-breaking Heartbleed Bug, a critical vulnerability in widely used versions of the OpenSSL library, are updating quickly.
Internet communications utilizing SSL/TLS encryption may be at risk due to the Heartbleed Bug, a critical vulnerability in widely used versions of the OpenSSL library.
Researchers with FireEye scanned more than 54,000 Android apps in the Google Play store and learned that more than a hundred, downloaded a combined 150 million times, are vulnerable to the Heartbleed bug.
London-based CNS Hut3 warns that flaws in many Heartbleed detection tools could give companies a "false sense of security."
This month's news briefs cover the Heartbleed bug, a Microsoft fix for IE, and more.
Venafi Labs researchers found that 74 percent of 1,642 Global 2000 organizations had not completed Heartbleed remediation across all public-facing servers.
Researchers proved the Heartbleed bug was real in a challenge issued by CloudFlare to prove private keys can be stolen, right around the time companies are claiming they were breached because of the critical flaw.
Considered one of the most significant internet security vulnerabilities to date - affecting websites, emails, direct messages and other communications utilizing SSL/TLS encryption - the 'Heartbleed Bug' quickly made headlines around the world. Security experts have plenty to say about the vulnerability, and we've compiled the opinions of some...
Citing “two people familiar with the matter,” Bloomberg reported on Friday that the National Security Agency (NSA) was aware of the SSL/TLS encryption-breaking Heartbleed bug for at least two years before the now infamous flaw caught the attention of the world earlier this week. Shortly after, on its public...
Oracle's Critical Patch Update (CPU) plugged 37 holes in the popular Java browser plug-in.
The social insurance numbers of 900 taxpayers were accessed in the breach, according to the agency.
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