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Cloud Security in the Heartbleed Era


With the discovery and announcement of the Heartbleed Bug, internet security is once again at the forefront of public interest. Although this revelation came only after a fix was developed and widely implemented, it’s understandable if the vulnerability – potentially compromising some two out of three servers on the web – has left some a uneasy about the security of ...

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Critical Vulnerability In OpenSSL – Have You Patched?


On Monday, security researchers at Google and Codenomicon reported a very serious vulnerability in OpenSSL, the world’s most popular encryption library used on as many as 2/3 of the internet’s web servers! This very serious flaw requires immediate attention by all companies that have encrypted websites with SSL / TLS. Lunarline patched our sites yesterday. Have you? Read on for ...

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