Tuesday, 15 April 2014

FeedBlitz News

The Heartbleed Bug is a very nasty hacking tool for accessing data from computer servers. This makes it a lot worse than viruses that attack home computers. The bug literally bleeds data from the servers. Hence the name Heartbleed (CLICK). There is good news for FeedBlitz users. According to Phil Hollows, the founder and CEO of FeedBlitz, this automated email service "doesn’t use the platforms affected, and we don’t use OpenSSL for SSL encryption on our servers" (CLICK). However, Phil also warns that if you use the same password for various applications, you should change it.


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