Heartbleed bug: What you need to know (FAQ) - CNET

The Heartbleed bug, as its now known, affects any sites and services running specific versions of OpenSSL (1.0.1 through 1.0.1f). (If you're curious about how the bug works, check out this Heartbleed and Home Routers - RouterCheck Apr 10, 2014 Heartbleed: Who Was Affected, What to Do Now | Tom's Guide (Caveat: Facebook passes the Netcraft test, but a Facebook representative told us that the site did indeed use the affected software before the Heartbleed bug was disclosed.) Look at the bright side. Heartbleed Bug | Qualys Community

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Most, if not all, Heartbleed Bug checkers are limited to scanning your external servers for the vulnerability, leaving the vulnerability status of your internal network unknown. You can run the Discovery on both external and internal-facing servers, securing your entire environment from the Heartbleed Bug. How to Protect Yourself From the Heartbleed Bug Apr 09, 2014 3 Steps You Need to Take in Response to the 'Heartbleed' Bug

Heartbleed Bug Alert - DigiCert.com

What is the Heartbleed Bug? - Definition from Techopedia Apr 13, 2014 Highest Voted 'heartbleed-bug' Questions - Stack Overflow The Heartbleed Bug is a serious vulnerability in the popular OpenSSL cryptographic software library. This weakness allows stealing the information protected, under normal conditions, by the SSL/TLS encryption used to secure the Internet. Testing Heartbleed with the Nmap NSE script | HackerTarget.com Apr 10, 2014 Heartbleed - Five Steps To Protect Yourself And Your Business