It’s called Shellshock, because names are trendy.
Rewriting code is probably why.
And then giving a lot of it away.
Project Zero aims to make the Web more secure.
If your company depends on open-source software like OpenSSL, it’s time to be proactive.
An inside look at the password-management app that wants to heal everyone’s Heartbleed.
Defending against the Heartbleed bug involves way more than just patching buggy versions of OpenSSL.
In the wake of the Heartbleed bug, 12 tech giants back a new initiative to ensure the security of critical open-source projects.
A good password strategy can help protect users against Heartbleed. For the biggest security payoff, follow these three steps.
You may have rolled your own virtual private network for security, but that doesn’t mean you’re safe from Heartbleed.
The most popular method for encrypting Web traffic isn’t good enough.
Heartbleed has inspired a frenzy of fears and misinformation. Let’s take the air out of them.
The security firm’s chief explains how the flaw was found, how deep the risk goes, and what people can do about it now.
Heartbleed may have been new to everyone this week—except the NSA.
What depends on OpenSSL to secure your data?
The Heartbleed bug has made a hash of Web security, and safeguarding yourself may take a little effort. It’s worth it.
A flaw in OpenSSL may have exposed passwords and encryption keys across the Web. Here’s how to protect yourself and your sites.