On April 7, the OpenSSL project issued a Security Advisory that detailed a serious vulnerability in the encryption software in use by two-thirds of the Internet. This vulnerability (nicknamed "Heartbleed") could potentially allow attackers to retrieve information from encrypted SSL endpoints, including passwords and other credential information.
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Zimbra's security team reacted quickly, issuing a patch for the "Heartbleed" threat within a few hours. The "Heartbleed" patch supports a generation of new SSL certificates and other remedies. We strongly recommend application of the "Heartbleed" patch IMMEDIATELY.…
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