Tag Archive: Heartbleed


Heartbleed Bug: Millions Of Android Devices Are Vulnerable To End-User Hacks

Revelations of the catastrophic Heartbleed bug shook the Internet last week with news that over two-thirds of web servers were vulnerable to the security hole, but it turns out end-users are also susceptible to the bug, including millions of Android…

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Heartbleed Bug: How To Update All Your Passwords In Just 10 Minutes

By now you’ve heard all about the catastrophic Heartbleed bug and how it has siphoned passwords, credit card numbers, emails and other data to the vampires who would drain all of us dry. From your love life (OKCupid) to your…

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What To Do About Heartbleed And The Apple/Samsung Battle Continues On The CultCast

Queue the spy music, cause on this week’s CultCast, our very own Buster Heine sneaks into Apple’s under-construction Arizona Sapphire Crystal factory and reports back what he’s found. Plus, WWDC dishes out golden tickets like they’re Willy Wonka; what you…

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Apple Says That None Of Its Products Are Vulnerable To Heartbleed

Apple has confirmed that none of its products, including web services like iCloud.com, are vulnerable to the nasty Heartbleed web bug that was recently uncovered. Heartbleed allows hackers to intercept sensitive traffic and steal information like logins from websites using…

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Why Heartbleed Shouldn’t Make You Rush To Change Passwords … Yet

The discovery of the Heartbleed security bug sent the web into a panic with it’s devastating OpenSSL vulnerability. On a scale of 1 to 10 of Internet catastrophes this one goes all the way to 11, according to respected security…

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Heartbleed Security Bug: What Apple Users Need to Know

The newly discovered Heartbleed bug is being called the Web’s worst security bug ever. It allows hackers to steal passwords and login details when users visit vulnerable sites — undetected. That’s the bad part: affected sites probably have no idea…

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