Vulnerability in OpenSSL!

09. April 2014 - Security

Yesterday a vulnerability (Heartbleed Bug) was announced in the open source encryption software OpenSSL. It affects at least two-thirds of websites and internet service providers worldwide. The vulnerability can enable an attacker to read up to 63 kilobytes from a server’s memory. Critical data could potentially be accessed and exploited.

Immediately after this announcement was made, Hoststar checked its entire infrastructure and, where necessary, installed the required patches. There is therefore no danger for Hoststar customers of becoming a victim of this vulnerability.


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