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Critical crypto bug in OpenSSL opens two-thirds of the Web to eavesdropping

For a more detailed analysis of this catastrophic bug, see this update, which went live about 18 hours after Ars published this initial post.

Researchers have discovered an extremely critical defect in the cryptographic software library an estimated two-thirds of Web servers use to identify themselves to end users and prevent the eavesdropping of passwords, banking credentials, and other sensitive data.

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