My Heart Bleeds over OpenVPN security hole

Heartbleed security flaw Unless you’ve been under a rock you will have heard something about the Heartbleed security flaw in OpenSSL.

Heartbleed is arguably the most serious publicised security flaw in the history of the internet, because so many servers have been affected. Even if you have nothing to do with computer admin you could be affected if any of the sites you visit have been exploited. All internet users need to seriously consider changing all their passwords thanks to some negligent coding practices in an open source project… Read more…

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