How to minimize your Heartbleed risk

04/14/2014 | Forbes

The dire public warnings about the Heartbleed bug have already led to numerous misconceptions about the nature of the problem, including the false belief that Heartbleed is a computer virus. Tech writer James Lyne advises consumers to check with their Internet providers to make sure the providers have installed the necessary software patches before they change their passwords, and small businesses should contact their software vendors to find out if any other products such as customer databases were affected, and when the vendor plans to patch it.

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