Despite the panic over the Heartbleed bug this spring, over 300,000 servers remain unprotected against the security vulnerability.

According to Robert David Graham, a researcher for Errata Security, 309,197 servers have yet to be patched to protect against the bug, Business Insider reports.

The Heartbleed bug is a flaw in OpenSSL, the software used to secure communication between web browsers and websites. Hackers exploiting the bug can access a wealth of sensitive data, including communications, credit card information, usernames and passwords.

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