Early reports from credit unions regarding the Heartbleed data leak indicate they and their members are suffering few, if any, impacts. But investigations, in many cases, are in early stages.

The Heartbleed vulnerability, to recap, is a flaw in the popular OpenSSL tool that powers secure web sessions. Despite the SSL promise of heightened security, Heartbleed allowed hackers to get a clear, unencrypted view of data.


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