Panic on web due to OpenSSL's Heartbleed bug

Web administrators and computer security researchers on Tuesday scrambled to fix a serious vulnerability in OpenSSL encryption used by thousands of web servers, including those run by email and web chat providers. The bug, dubbed Heartbleed, "allows anyone on the internet to read the memory of the systems protected by the vulnerable versions of the OpenSSL software".

OpenSSL Project has created a website called to inform web users and web masters about the bug.

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