The #HeartBleed OpenSSL bug is a significant security threat. While you may not be able to do much about information that may have already been stolen, you can still prevent further data loss. This means you need to act quickly, but not before you've confirmed that the sites you work with have been updated. Here are some things you can do: http://www.eweek.com/security/heartbleed-ssl-encryption-vulnerability-requires-quick-attention.html
You need to read "Who Writes Linux" before you spread your misinformed opinions re. "The scandal is that giant enterprises are doing nothing to contribute to the development, testing and validation of the free software..."
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