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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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the lastpass.com/heartbleed tool states that my server is most likely vulnerable and that users should wait untill my cert has been replaced. It seems that they check for certificate creation date …
asked Apr 11 '14 by mohrphium
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From what I've found so far it's not possible unless the certificate is replaced with a completely new one and has a new creation date. The only differences between the old and the new certificates a …
answered Apr 11 '14 by mohrphium