Google Just Discovered A Massive Web Leak… And You Might Want To Change All Your Passwords

CloudBleed bug could have left users’ private OKCupid messages and Uber passwords open to anyone, Google researchers warn.

Source : Google Just Discovered A Massive Web Leak… And You Might Want To Change All Your Passwords

« The greatest period of impact was from February 13 and February 18 with around 1 in every 3,300,000 HTTP requests through CloudFlare potentially resulting in memory leakage (that’s about 0.00003 per cent of requests). » It admitted that the earliest date memory could have leaked was September 22 2016. CloudFlare also said one of its own private keys leaked, one for internal machine-to-machine encryption.

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  1. Francis Melemedjian Auteur ArticleRéponse

    What if servers will not store your personnal paswords ? In case of leak of bug, such a sensitive information cannot be stolen, it is not there !

    Que diriez-vous de serveurs qui ne stockent plus vos mots de passe ? En cas de fuite, cette information hautement confidentielle ne pourra pas être volée, elle n’y est pas !

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