Test Sites for Heartbleed OpenSSL Vulnerability
|Posted by tuxchick on Apr 9, 2014 1:57 PM|
Heartbleed test ; By Carla Schroder
LXer Feature: 10-April-2014
Cryptography and security expert Filippo Valsorda created a Web-based Heartbleed tester. He released the code and now multiple sites have posted the tester. I do not know how reliable it is. To us lusers out here in the real world, the Internet and the sites we visit are black boxes. We have no way to know how safely they are handling our data. The sky is always falling.
These sites also host the Heartbleed tester:
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