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SSH Communications Security Comments on Heartbleed Vulnerability

Posted Apr 10, 2014

Key Facts: 

  • SSH Communications Security’s products are not affected by the Heartbleed flaw. Customers are advised to patch any server where the vulnerable OpenSSL software is installed.
  • Due to the pervasive nature of the Heartbleed vulnerability, the length of time the flaw has been in place and the broad access that an attacker could potentially obtain, SSH Communications Security is recommending that all Secure Shell keys used to establish trust relationship with affected systems should be changed immediately after the Heartbleed patch has been installed, and should be a part of your organization’s standard remediation…

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