An encryption flaw called the Heartbleed bug has gotten a great deal of press this week. Heartbleed does represent a very real security threat, but only two One World Hosting servers were even potentially susceptible to the threat, and they were quickly patched before the threat was widely publicized.
To be honest, weak or plain passwords have and continue to represent a far more common security risk than this (or any) hack, so a good, complex password is always a great idea - the #1 thing you can do for the security of your information.

Friday, April 11, 2014

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