There’s lots left to discover about the impact of the leakage—which is being called Cloudbleed, similar to the Heartbleed bug back in 2014. What we do know that makes this so worrisome is that some of the memory leaks, which may have included user data, was able to be cached by search engines. Once indexed, nefarious types may have scraped and stored that data.
Change Your Passwords. Now.
A massive memory leak from web services and security company Cloudflare may have exposed user data for thousands of sites using the service. In other words: it’s time to change your passwords.
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