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My browser (an a heardbleed detecting plugin called chromebleed) keeps warning me about the themerapp.com website being vulnerable to the Heartbleed SSL bug, might want to look into it
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My browser (an a heardbleed detecting plugin called chromebleed) keeps warning me about the themerapp.com website being vulnerable to the Heartbleed SSL bug, might want to look into it
Hi, this thread should help clarify this warning you are receiving: http://forum.xda-developers.com/show....php?t=2736772
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Unrelated, the error I am referring to is an openssl bug called heartbleed, which was exposed in openssl, which the website server is still vulnerable to and needs to be patched, unrelated to the app.

More I formation here http://blogs.sophos.com/2014/04/11/s...-for-security/

Or Google heartbleed for more info

I've never used themer and do not intend to, I'm just letting you know about a bug on your website.
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Unrelated, the error I am referring to is an openssl bug called heartbleed, which was exposed in openssl, which the website server is still vulnerable to and needs to be patched, unrelated to the app.

More I formation here http://blogs.sophos.com/2014/04/11/s...-for-security/

Or Google heartbleed for more info

I've never used themer and do not intend to, I'm just letting you know about a bug on your website.
Apologies for that, I thought that the two had something in common, will let our team know now.

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