The dangerous bug allows attackers to steal data and impersonate users
The Heartbleed Bug is a serious vulnerability that allows protected information to be stolen over the internet.
Discovered about one year ago, it allows attackers to eavesdrop on communications, steal data directly from services and users, and to impersonate services and users.
At the time of disclosure, it was estimated that about 17 percent (around 500,000) of the world’s secure web servers were vulnerable to Heartbleed exploits. Due to its prevalence, many consider Heartbleed the worst vulnerability ever discovered.
Many other malicious threats have been unleashed since Heartbleed, with a significant growth in mobile malware.
Watch this 30-minute recorded webinar to learn about recent malware methods and techniques, including:
- Master boot record wiping
- Potentially unwanted programs (PUPs)
- Cryptographic vulnerabilities
- Exploit kits
You'll get valuable tips and recommendations for keeping your privacy and your data secure.
Find and remove dangerous malware from your system.