Linked by Thom Holwerda on Tue 8th Apr 2014 22:06 UTC
Privacy, Security, Encryption

Heartbleed, a long-undiscovered bug in cryptographic software called OpenSSL that secures Web communications, may have left roughly two-thirds of the Web vulnerable to eavesdropping for the past two years. Heartbleed isn't your garden-variety vulnerability, so here's a quick guide to what it is, why it's so serious, and what you can do to keep your data safe.

Serious.

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Time to update and regenerate SSL keys
by tidux on Tue 8th Apr 2014 23:53 UTC
tidux
Member since:
2011-08-13

This bug is patched in Debian, RHEL, and CentOS.

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WereCatf Member since:
2006-02-15

This bug is patched in Debian, RHEL, and CentOS.


Also on Ubuntu. There were patches for this already yesterday, so I'm glad it's fixed fast.

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gilboa Member since:
2005-07-06

This bug is patched in Debian, RHEL, and CentOS.


Add Fedora to the list.
(You may need to download the RPMs directly from dl.fedoraproject.org or wait for your local mirror to sync).

- Gilboa

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