Over 300,000 Servers Still Exposed To Hackers Through Heartbleed Bug

309,197 servers have yet to be patched to protect against the bug..
Over 300,000 Servers Still Exposed To Hackers Through Heartbleed Bug

by Josh Evans | Daily Caller | June 23, 2014


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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