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Looking for a Long Term Fix for Heartbleed
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Jonathan_Camhi
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Jonathan_Camhi,
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4/28/2014 | 8:50:41 PM
re: Looking for a Long Term Fix for Heartbleed
I saw a list of sites that users should change their names and one of the major banks was on it. I think it's more of a precautionary though. Really you should probably be going through and changing all of your passwords, especially if you're using the same passwords for multiple sites.
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KBurger,
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4/28/2014 | 8:20:24 PM
re: Looking for a Long Term Fix for Heartbleed
I'm intrigued that Terry says that, in the wake of Heartbleed, banks should advise their customers to change their passwords, as my understanding is that banks for the most part have said that their systems were safe from Heartbleed -- that it was more e-commerce sites that were affected.


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