A problem was found in a new library and fixed, this wasn't the PRNG itself, it was an interaction with the operating system. To quote (jandrese):
1. Grandparent initializes SSL state, sends some data, then exits.
2. Parent forks a child
3. Child happens to get the same pid as the grandparent, and then uses the SSL connection.
Why are you outraged? This was a subtle bug, that was tricky to exploit and couldn't be used to hack into the computer. You should be outraged that the heartbleed bug remain exposed for years due to awful coding practices