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Gonzalo San Gil, PhD.

Heartbleed a Year Later: How the Security Conversation Changed - 0 views

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    "NEWS ANALYSIS: In the year since Heartbleed's discovery, there is more scrutiny than ever on OpenSSL and critical infrastructure overall."
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    "NEWS ANALYSIS: In the year since Heartbleed's discovery, there is more scrutiny than ever on OpenSSL and critical infrastructure overall."
Gonzalo San Gil, PhD.

Heartbleed Was Bad, but Shellshock Was Worse, Researcher Says - 0 views

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    "Both the Heartbleed and Shellshock bugs were open-source flaws found in many Linux distributions, and both had the potential to impact OpenStack cloud users. Heartbleed is a flaw in the OpenSSL crytographic library for secure transport while Shellshock is a vulnerability in the Bash shell." [# ! At least... # ! … #OpenSource #community were #warned# ! and the #flaws were #solved…. among @ll. # ! #imagine how many flaws live in the #proprietary #closed #source# ! #unaware #users' #software…]
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    "Both the Heartbleed and Shellshock bugs were open-source flaws found in many Linux distributions, and both had the potential to impact OpenStack cloud users. Heartbleed is a flaw in the OpenSSL crytographic library for secure transport while Shellshock is a vulnerability in the Bash shell."
Gonzalo San Gil, PhD.

Tech giants throw money at OpenSSL in response to Heartbleed | ITworld - 1 views

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    "Crucial open-source projects including OpenSSL will get at least $5.4 million in funding over three years. By Jared Newman, PC World | Security, openssl May 30, 2014, 10:40 AM - OpenSSL is getting funded for two full-time developers and a security audit in an attempt to prevent another devastating bug like Heartbleed. The money is coming from the Core Infrastructure Initiative (CII), a group of tech companies that came together last month in response to Heartbleed. At the time, CII said that each company would contribute at least $100,000 per year to crucial open-source projects over at least a three-year span, but the group didn't say how it would distribute the funds."
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