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Heartbleed Bug
Heartbleed Bug

(UPDATE:  If you use Google Chrome as your browser, you can download a free add-on called Chromebleed that will tell you if the site your using has been affected!)

Have you heard about the Heartbleed Bug?

If not, you will soon…it’s a massive Internet security breach affecting THOUSANDS of websites worldwide…from Yahoo and Amazon to Facebook, Google and more.

It allows hackers to grab your personal information like passwords, documents, IMs and other vital details from your computer.

Read more about it here:  Heartbleed Bug

Here’s a list from Mashable about what passwords you need to change (and which ones are OK)…and an article from the Huffington Post about the flaw.

If anything, it should get you to change your passwords…which you probably haven’t done in a while!

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