Heartbleed is a security flaw that's plaguing as much as two-thirds of the Internet, including many popular sites like Yahoo and GitHub. On sites affected by Heartbleed, user accounts are vulnerable -- your username, password, credit card number, and other private information may be exposed. Companies are scrambling to patch their sites.
But don't sit around waiting for a fix. Take these two defensive steps (and one more if you have an Android device):1. Check whether your most-visited sites are vulnerable
CNET has already checked the top 100 sites to see if they have Heartbleed patches, so … Read more