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Heart Bleed Bug

I have Norton 360 what do I have to do to protect against Heart Bleed Bug? ...
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13-Apr-2014 | 6:03PM

Heart Bleed Bug

I have Norton 360 what do I have to do to protect against Heart Bleed Bug? I need a solution. ... Heart Bleed Bug? Accepted Solution Krusty13 Guru Norton Fighter 25 Reg: 31-May-2011 Posts: 13,397 ... Solutions: 490 Kudos: 3,462 Kudos 0 Re: Heart Bleed Bug Posted: 13-Apr-2014 | 6:37PM • Permalink Please read ... rwood1948 Contributor 4 Reg: 24-Mar-2011 Posts: 38 Solutions: 0 Kudos: 1 Kudos 0 Re: Heart Bleed ...
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Heart Bleed Bug

Is Norton Identity Safe affected by Heart Bleed bug?  Has there been any statement from Symantec? ... 1 Stats Re: Heart Bleed Bug Posted: 10-Apr-2014 | 8:18AM • Permalink Here's an article from Symantec: ... Heart Bleed Bug Posted: 10-Apr-2014 | 8:24AM • Permalink hello again Yank- but are the Symantec main ... Heart Bleed Bug Posted: 10-Apr-2014 | 9:19AM • Permalink I had a chat session with Symantec.  It ...
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10-Apr-2014 | 7:44AM
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Re: Heart bleed question slightly different concern

Heartbleed bug explained by xkcd in a way anyone can understand. ...
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12-Apr-2014 | 4:21PM

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are affected by Heart Bleed bug but that the login information/password I use to access the servers housing my ... understand Open SSL and the capabilities of the Heart Bleed bug? Thanks. PS:  I hope the forum administrator ...
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10-Apr-2014 | 9:19AM

Re: Heart Bleed Bug

Symantec has published a heart bleed vulnerability update site, with a link to matrix of products. ...
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13-Apr-2014 | 8:04PM

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Pass) is encrypted on your local machine and, according to Last Pass, should not be affected by Heart ... Bleed. Too bad that a huge company such as Symantec, can't do the same.  Or is it that it really ...
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10-Apr-2014 | 2:34PM

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potentially, because it isn't known if there were any exploits of this bug prior to it being publicized ...
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22-Apr-2014 | 9:13PM

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as to exactly what we have to do regarding this "heartbleed bug". Many Norton users have never visited ...
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22-Apr-2014 | 8:39PM

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my understanding is that the Vault (Norton Identity Safe) is protection for detection of keystrokes. Wouldnt that mean that all the sites set up within the Vault are still vulnerable since Heartbleed isn't a keystroke detection issue, its a site acce ...
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21-Apr-2014 | 2:59PM

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Krusty13 wrote: Interesting that there is no information about Identity Safe, NIS, NAV or Norton 360 Hmm...  Interesting that there's a double entry for Identity Safe...  Is that a mistake?   And vexing too that Identity Safe would even be listed as ...
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14-Apr-2014 | 3:58PM

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Interesting that there is no information about Identity Safe, NIS, NAV or Norton 360 ...
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13-Apr-2014 | 8:19PM

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LastPass has actively assesed the user sites for their registered passwords listing in a spreadsheet form the name of the site, the age of the password, whether the site certificate has been updated and the recommended action for the Heartbleed issue. Why ...
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10-Apr-2014 | 2:05PM

Re: Heart Bleed Bug

@Tony_Weiss   @Tim_Lopez   @Mohan_G    Any comment in simple, easy to understand terminology for us less tech savy users would certainly be appreciated. To change all, some or none of our passwords?  How safe is ID safe Data- etc everyone (including me) s ...
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10-Apr-2014 | 10:37AM

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hello again Yank- but are the Symantec main site and this community forum Open-SSL sites? Do we need to change our passwords? ...
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10-Apr-2014 | 8:24AM

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Here's an article from Symantec: http://www.symantec.com/connect/blogs/heartbleed-openssl-take-action-now ...
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10-Apr-2014 | 8:18AM

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As long as the vulnerable version of OpenSSL is patched at each site, those sites would no longer be putting your password at risk.  Most sites have the patch in place at this point. ...
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21-Apr-2014 | 5:26PM

Re: Heart Bleed Bug

Please read the following posts by Guru, @SendOfJive   for for more information. http://community.norton.com/t5/Norton-Internet-Security-Norton/quot-New-quot-threat-Heartbleed/m-p/1121054/highlight/true#M256997 http://community.norton.com/t5/Norton-Intern ...
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13-Apr-2014 | 6:37PM

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maintained by Mashables. http://mashable.com/2014/04/09/heartbleed-bug-websites-affected/ ...
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17-Apr-2014 | 11:50AM

Re: Heart bleed question slightly different concern

router send out a password to access the internet? Again does it use this same bugged process?" You ...
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11-Apr-2014 | 11:05AM

Be Still My Bleeding Heart: The Latest OpenSSL Vulnerability Is Nothing To Worry About

On March 19th, 2015, website developers who use OpenSSL learned of several bugs, including ... a severe bug that could allow hackers to render a webserver or website unavailable to users. What ...
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Heart bleed question slightly different concern

I know there are a few posts already out there in the heart bleed issue. I've posted some ... the internet? Again does it use this same bugged process? 3. If so can my id and password be taken? What can ... Heart bleed question slightly different concern Posted: 11-Apr-2014 | 11:05AM • Permalink "  ... 07-Oct-2009 Posts: 2,463 Solutions: 7 Kudos: 72 Kudos 0 Re: Heart bleed question slightly different concern ... 02-Mar-2013 Posts: 132 Solutions: 1 Kudos: 15 Kudos 1 Stats Re: Heart bleed question slightly different ...
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Re: Heart bleed question slightly different concern

Calls wrote: I know there are a few posts already out there in the heart bleed issue. I've ... a password to access the internet? Again does it use this same bugged process? 3. If so can my id ...
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12-Apr-2014 | 12:27AM

Re: Heartbleed Bug: What You Need to Know and Security Tips

this heart bleed check. Is it legit?     thanks,  Polly ...
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18-Apr-2014 | 7:36AM

Re: New threat _ Heartbleed, what Norton recomended?

http://community.norton.com/t5/Tech-Outpost/Heart-bleed ... -question-slightly-different-concern/td-p/1120500   http://community.norton.com/t5/Tech-Outpost/Massive-Security-Bug-In-OpenSSL/td-p/1118740 Have ... a read through these two threads and you might understand the Heartbleed Bug a little better. ...
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12-Apr-2014 | 8:06PM

Re: Massive Security Bug In OpenSSL

Guru Yank's post here: http://community.norton.com/t5/Norton-Toolbar-Norton-Identity/Heart-Bleed-Bug ... https://www-secure.symantec.com/connect/blogs/heartbleed-bug-poses-serious-threat-unpatched-servers ...
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10-Apr-2014 | 8:27AM

Re: Norton heart bleed check website

if the website is no longer a problem with heart bleed, do I enter in the main web page name or do I need ...
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18-Apr-2014 | 9:38AM

Re: Heart bleed question slightly different concern

The issue is that the vulnerability allows access to server memory where log in credentials might be residing during a user session.  Simply being on the internet does not expose your passwords.  Logging into a site that has not patched the problem is the ...
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12-Apr-2014 | 10:52AM

Re: Heart bleed question slightly different concern

Thanks roane It sounds from that article that they are referencing higher level type routers My router is given to me by my ISP time warner cable and it's one of those that has internet and cable on the router box So I wouldn't know how to updat ...
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11-Apr-2014 | 4:33PM

Re: Heart bleed question slightly different concern

Some information/speculation about the router question in this BBC article: http://m.bbc.com/news/technology-26985818 ...
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