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Heartbleed Attacks Are Completely Undetectable on Old Android OS

David Smothers May 1, 2014

It’s still an open wound. Three weeks after most of the Web protected its computers from the Heartbleed Internet bug, there are lingering threats. Many smartphones running an older version of Google’s Android software may still be vulnerable to hacking attacks. As we’ve reported, millions of devices globally using Android version 4.1.1, which was released… Continue Reading »


Here are all the passwords you need to change right now because of Heartbleed

David Smothers April 16, 2014

By now, we all know what a huge deal Heartbleed is. The massive vulnerability in OpenSSL protocol impacted 66% of all sites on the Internet at the time of its discovery, and now companies are scrambling to fix the issue. Most big companies seem to have done a pretty good job of acting quickly, but… Continue Reading »


How Heartbleed Works: The Code Behind the Internet’s Security Nightmare

David Smothers April 10, 2014

By now you’ve surely heard of Heartbleed, the hole in the internet’s security that exposed countless encrypted transactions to any attacker who knew how to abuse it. But how did it actually work? Once you break it down, it’s actually incredibly simple. And a little hilarious. But mostly terrifying. You can read our overview of… Continue Reading »

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