heartbleedSeems like everybody and his uncle is informed about the Heartbleed bug that’s making its way around the internet. Some sources have said that as many as 2/3 of all websites have been hit in one way or another. In fact, according to some sources, it has affected servers, routers, switches, phones and even video cameras. (See…


for example.) “The biggest exploit of the past 12 years,” said one source at Singlehop.


If you’re like I am, you have passwords at scores… maybe HUNDREDS of sites. Are we supposed to go through each credential and change every single password? Even if we do, is that enough… because couldn’t Heartbleed have already stolen enough from us to do damage well into the future? Not a fun scenario to contemplate. Do you have any insider info that might help the Brigada audience manage the Heartbleed bug… or have you found a resource that will? If so, please click “Comment” after the web version of this item and share the knowledge. Two-thirds of us will likely sleep better, but ALL of us will be thankful you took time to respond.