Heartbleed bug puts secure websites at risk
Wipfli LLP, a CPA and consulting firm, recently alerted businesses that on Monday, April 7, security researchers identified a flaw in a popular software library that puts nearly two-thirds of all secured websites at risk.
The weakness allows attackers to steal encrypted information such as bank transactions, usernames, passwords and secure communications. The flaw is known as the “Heartbleed bug.”
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