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Submission + - Akamai admits its OpenSSL patch was faulty, reissues keys (computerworld.com.au)

angry tapir writes: Akamai Technologies, whose network handles up to 30 percent of all Internet traffic, has admitted that a researcher found a fault in custom code that the company thought shielded most of its customers from the Heartbleed bug. As a result, Akamai is now reissuing all SSL (Secure Sockets Layer) certificates and security keys used to create encrypted connections between its customer's websites and visitors to those sites.
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Akamai admits its OpenSSL patch was faulty, reissues keys

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