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Date Posted: 23:22:19 04/14/14 Mon
Author: Addy
Subject: What does this mean?

Thursday, April 10, 2014 VoyForums News: 'Heartbleed' vulnerability in OpenSSL

This is at the top of the site. Didn't know if anyone else has this on there's.

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[> Re: What does this mean? -- grandma bonnie, 10:27:19 04/15/14 Tue [1]

Go to the announcement and right click (it's safe) and it'll tell you what it means... I was hoping it had something to do with getting rid of the spammers...

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[> Re: What does this mean? -- Addy, 18:12:20 04/15/14 Tue [1]

Thank you Grandma Bonnie.
I thought it had something to do with the spammers too.

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[> Re: What does this mean? -- SueZQ, 19:53:55 04/15/14 Tue [1]

I am not a computer guru, and actually know or understand very little about computers and webservers. It has nothing to do with our spammers, rather it is a web-wide virus that has to do with the theft of information from webservers. Maybe this will clarify what is happening and what you can do. For me, it was a whole lot of "computer speak", but it did help a little.

http://www.latinpost.com/articles/10351/20140410/openssl-heartbleed-computer-virus-fix-and-security-how-to-protect-yourself-from-the-latest-internet-bug.htm

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