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Apr 10, 2014 · In order to test if you’re vulnerable and assess the potential damage, here are some steps to take: Test your systems for OpenSSL v1.0.1–1.0.1f. See “Affected Devices and Sites” above. Put common name SSL was issued for mysite.com ; www.mysite.com;; if you are unsure what to use—experiment at least one option will work anyway OpenSSL versions 1.0.1 through 1.0.1f contain a flaw in its implementation of the TLS/DTLS heartbeat functionality. This flaw allows an attacker to retrieve private memory of an application that uses the vulnerable OpenSSL library in chunks of 64k at a time. The Heartbleed Bug allows an attacker to gain access to sensitive information that is normally protected by the SSL and TLS protocols without leaving a trace. This only affects you if you are running OpenSSL versions 1.0.1 through 1.0.1f and 1.0.2-beta1, or if you are running software that is using affected versions of the OpenSSL library. Preparing your test environment To demonstrate the Heartbleed attack, we are using two systems running each one in a VMware Workstation virtual machine: an attacker system (Kali Linux) and a vulnerable system (Ubuntu Jul 10, 2014 · Test for SSL heartbeat vulnerability (CVE-2014-0160) - sensepost/heartbleed-poc

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Heartbleed Bug Information • Jax Federal Credit Union Apr 11, 2014 Heartbleed SSL bug Scanning using Nmap on Kali Linux May 30, 2015 Detection and Exploitation of OpenSSL Heartbleed