Fast Company: Following Discovery of Heartbleed Bug, OpenSSL Will Undergo Security Audit

The Linux Foundation announced Thursday that it will distribute funding from new backers to perform a security audit on OpenSSL's code base and add two full-time core engineers to the open-source security project. Last month, security researchers discovered a catastrophic two-year-old bug called Heartbleed in theencryption protocol that affected two-thirds of the Internet's websites.

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