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A highly critical vulnerability in the OpenSSL library which allows an attacker to obtain random 64kByte blocks of memory from the process using said library, which could include user credentials, private SSL keys, and other data sent/received from the server.

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If one has logged into a "heartbleed-vulnerable" site using OpenID, for example, using Google to log into StackExchange, does that mean that the Google password is now at risk as well? …
asked Apr 9 '14 by Avraham