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Heartbleed is a vulnerability that causes servers to leak information stored in their memory. As a result, any information handled by web servers may be insecure. Passwords, credit card information, medical records, and the contents of private email or social media messages all fall under this category.

Heartbleed is a vulnerability that causes servers to leak information stored in their memory. As a result, any information handled by web servers may be insecure. Passwords, credit card information, medical records, and the contents of private email or social media messages all fall under this category.

Heartbleed is a bug that affects computers. Heartbleed is a critical flaw in the widely used OpenSSL cryptographic software library. This flaw allows information to be stolen that is normally secured by the SSL/TLS encryption used to secure the Internet.

Anyone on the internet can read the memory of computers protected by vulnerable versions of the OpenSSL software thanks to the Heartbleed issue.

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