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More than 300,000 Servers are Still Vulnerable to Heartbleed

One month after the critical Heartbleed vulnerability was first revealed, there are still more than 300,000 servers vulnerable to the bug, according to security researcher Robert David Graham. Graham arrived at the number through a global internet scan, which found a full 1.5 million servers that still support the "heartbeat" feature of OpenSSL that allowed the bug, and exactly 318,239 systems that are still vulnerable. The number counts only confirmed cases and there may well be other systems that escaped Graham's accounting, either because of spam blocking or unorthodox OpenSSL setups.

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