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Has The NSA Been Exploiting Heartbleed?

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April 11, 2014
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A new report from Bloomberg claims the National Security Agency detected the devastating Heartbleed security flaw two years ahead of everyone else. Video provided by Newsy


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"Heartbleed" Bug Puts Internet Security at Risk

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AP (Apr. 10, 2014) — A confounding computer bug called "Heartbleed" is causing security headaches as websites scramble to fix the problem and Web surfers wonder whether personal information has been compromised. (April 10) Video provided by AP
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Programmer Behind Heartbleed Bug Speaks Out

Programmer Behind Heartbleed Bug Speaks Out

Newsy (Apr. 11, 2014) — Dr. Robin Seggelmann, a German computer programmer, has owned up to the Heartbleed bug. He calls the mistake "trivial" but "severe." Video provided by Newsy
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New 'Bash Bug' Could Be As Big As Heartbleed

New 'Bash Bug' Could Be As Big As Heartbleed

Newsy (Sep. 24, 2014) — Shellshock, a new "bash bug" found in Linux and Unix operating systems, has the potential to be as big as the Heartbleed bug from earlier this year. Video provided by Newsy
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Heartbleed Runs Deeper Than We Thought

Heartbleed Runs Deeper Than We Thought

Newsy (Apr. 12, 2014) — Researchers have discovered Heartbleed can compromise clients visiting servers, and leaves private SSL keys vulnerable. Video provided by Newsy
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