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Cloudflare Says No Evidence Cloudbleed Bug Was Exploited

After further analysis of the memory leak bug disclosed last week, Cloudflare officials say they haven’t found any instances of customer passwords, credit card data, or health records leaking while the vulnerability was exposed. The vulnerability, now known as Cloudbleed, has joined the pantheon of Internet-scale bugs to emerge in the last few years, even though […]

Cloudflare Memory Leak Bug Exposed Private Customer Data

Cloudflare, one of the larger content-delivery networks and DNS providers on the Internet, had a critical bug in one of its services that resulted in sensitive customer data such as cookies, authentication tokens, and encryption keys being leaked and cached by servers around the world. The vulnerability was in an HTML parser that Cloudflare engineers […]

Mozilla to Ship TLS 1.3 in Firefox 52

Mozilla plans to implement the next version of the TLS specification in an upcoming release of its Mozilla browser. TLS 1.3 will be shipped in Firefox 52, which is scheduled for release in March 2017. Mozilla’s Martin Thomson said in an email to the Mozilla development group Wednesday that the company will include TLS 1.3 […]