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TOPIC: Heartbleed_encryption_vulnerability_-_Are_SLS_servers_safe?
Created by: fishincouple
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Subject says it all. The Heartbleed encryption vulnerability is making headlines around the world. It's a problem in the OpenSSL encryption code that the majority of servers, computers, tablets and mobile devices use to protect sensitive data across the internet. This includes usernames, passwords, e-mails and other personal data.

This is not something that virus protection or other consumer security software can deal with. Heartbleed is not a virus. It is a problem in the OpenSSL software.

Has SLS updated its servers to address this issue?

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Subject says it all. The Heartbleed encryption vulnerability is making headlines around the world. It's a problem in the OpenSSL encryption code that the majority of servers, computers, tablets and mobile devices use to protect sensitive data across the internet. This includes usernames, passwords, e-mails and other personal data.

This is not something that virus protection or other consumer security software can deal with. Heartbleed is not a virus. It is a problem in the OpenSSL software.

Has SLS updated its servers to address this issue?

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TOPIC: Heartbleed encryption vulnerability - Are SLS servers safe
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