Heartbleed Prevention Guide

Learn how to detect and prevent Heartbleed bug.
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OpenSSL is an open-source cryptographic toolkit that offers a wide range of cryptographic algorithms and protocols. OpenSSL leverages the secure sockets layer (SSL) protocol to help maintain a secure connection among services by using encryption algorithms to prevent malicious actors from accessing data in transit. Despite its numerous benefits, incorrect implementation of the OpenSSL leads to a Heartbleed vulnerability that allows attackers to steal information normally protected by SSL cryptographic functions.

This guide discusses the heartbleed security flaw, its impacts, and prevention measures for the heartbleed bug.

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