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Heartbleed bug prompts disabling of federal government public websites

OTTAWA - All federal departments using software vulnerable to the so-called Heartbleed bug have been ordered to immediately disable their public websites.

The directive issued late Thursday calls this a precautionary measure until the ”appropriate security patches are in place and tested” but did not indicate how many departments are involved.

More to come.

The Canadian Press


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