Heartbleed is potentially one of the biggest threats to the Internet we've seen - a software bug that may compromise secure communications over the Internet via a vulnerability in the OpenSSL protocol. But what is it? And what should you be doing to protect yourself?
A potentially devastating flaw in in OpenSSL, which is used to protect and secure millions of websites, has been uncovered by security researchers.
We'd have expected that after the Debian OpenSSL bug, everyone would have scrambled to check other implementations. Unfortunately not, a near-identical bug in Ruby has just been fixed.
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