The Heartbleed bug is a severe OpenSSL vulnerability in the cryptographic software library. This allows exposing sensitive information over SSL/TLS encryption for applications like web, email, IM, and VPN.
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Fixing is quite straightforward. There are two things you got to do to fix it.
Upgrade OpenSSL to 1.o.1g or higher version.
Regenerate the CSR using an upgraded version of OpenSSL and get it signed by a certificate authority. Once you receive the signed certificate, implement that on your respective web servers or edge devices.
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