Heartbleed Bug Raises Questions About Web Security

Like every other software company, we were scrambling to identify what services we use for customers were open to the Heartbleed bug, and what services we use containing customer information that were compromised.

At the end of the day, I don’t know how companies today still store customer passwords and usernames in clear text. All of that information is hashed and encrypted at Centigon Solutions, which is absolutely critical. Theoretically Heartbeat allows someone to view the secure transaction of inforamtion between your computer and a remote server.


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