Heartbleed is a bug in OpenSSL, and anyone who hasn't found out about this needs to know.
    About two thirds of internet sites starting with https:// use OpenSSL, and so Data on all these sites may have been leaked.
    It is recommended that you change your passwords on all important sites IMMEDIATELY.
    A fix to heartbleed has been released, and many major sites, including google have fixed it. Do not enter sensitive data (including passwords and credit card numbers) on sites that have not fixed this.
    To find out if a site has fixed the bug, go to:
    For more information, go to: http://

    Wednesday, 09-Apr-14 16:35:31 UTC from web
    1. @sleumas2000 wow thats deep. i hate hackers.

      Wednesday, 09-Apr-14 16:36:11 UTC from web
      1. @awesam15 Well, at least people can now fix it.

        Wednesday, 09-Apr-14 16:36:52 UTC from web
        1. @sleumas2000 thats good. i already did it for mine craft... i should do it for here too.

          Wednesday, 09-Apr-14 16:37:24 UTC from web
          1. @awesam15 Don't bother, RDN doesn't use openSSL.
            It's already open like a book. So theres no encryption bug, because there's no encryption!

            Wednesday, 09-Apr-14 16:38:10 UTC from web
            1. @sleumas2000 Does # still apply to this?

              Wednesday, 09-Apr-14 16:40:37 UTC from web
              1. @macpony55 I think this is a bit serious to be cerulean.

                Wednesday, 09-Apr-14 16:41:44 UTC from web
                1. @sleumas2000 Probably true

                  Wednesday, 09-Apr-14 16:42:39 UTC from web
            2. @sleumas2000 ahhhhh ok. thanks.

              Wednesday, 09-Apr-14 16:42:12 UTC from web
        2. @sleumas2000 too bad people have known about Heartbleed for 3 years now

          Wednesday, 09-Apr-14 16:39:06 UTC from web
          1. @flamingpandaomg yeah, but better late than never that everypony finds out.

            Wednesday, 09-Apr-14 16:39:58 UTC from web
    2. @snowcone you can judge it by the inside too! I only just realised that RDN doesn't even have encryption!

      Wednesday, 09-Apr-14 16:42:53 UTC from web
    3. @snowcone eeyup. Of all the things that could happen, this is the WORST. POSSIBLE. THING!

      Wednesday, 09-Apr-14 16:46:49 UTC from web