I serched in the web for some more details and didn't find anything useful. May heartbleed attack be applied on the ssl protocol ? If not , why it hasnt the same security hole for heastbleed aa the Tls has?
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Heartbleed isn't a flaw in a protocol, it's a flaw in the OpenSSL implementation of that protocol on the server side. SSL/TLS version is irrelevant, because it's not against the protocol (nor is it against individual client connections, so if it were a protocol flaw, it would only matter what the server supports, not what's being used on an individual connection).
Also, SSL and TLS are the same thing. SSL was the name up through version 3, then they renamed it to TLS and reset the version to 1 for the next protocol version (when the IETF took over). There's no fundamental difference, TLS is just the newer versions (differences between SSL versions and TLS versions aren't really more than between TLS versions).