28 May 2014
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Bipin Chandra

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Security Intelligence for the Cloud

This whitepaper discusses how with an IBM suite of Intelligence Solutions, Cloud computing can be both attractive and secure.

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In this white paper, Bipin Chandra examines the OpenSSL code in detail and explains how the bounds-checking error in the OpenSSL code created the "Heartbleed" memory leak. After reading Chandra's explanation, you'll understand the seriousness of the "Heartbleed" bug, and you will understand how to prevent similar bugs in your applications.

Chandra also documents publicly known information about which devices, operating systems, and servers are susceptible to the bug, the availability of fixes, and tools to assess websites for the vulnerability.

A technical view of the OpenSSL Heartbleed vulnerability

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