The newest computer bug that could enable hackers to obtain your password, credit card data, and other encrypted data is known as the Heartbleed SSL exploit. Among those affected are Google, Google Plus, Yahoo, and a host of other major players in the web services market. You can read about what it is at this link. For a link to some of the sites affected, see this link. In any case, change all your passwords on any of these sites ASAP.
I’ve been asked how this affects the SCA client portals. The short answer is that this weakness has never existed in our system enviroment. You can use this link to check any website that you think might have the heartbleed vulnerability. The results of scanning SCA for security weaknesses are listed below.
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