Although clients are at risk, the vast majority of browsers do NOT use
None of IE, Chrome, Firefox or Safari use OpenSSL, with the possible
exception being on Android devices.
Clients such as wget and curl will likely be vulnerable, but the impact is
small - there isn't going to be much in memory that isn't already being
sent to the remote server anyway.
There's certainly some clients such as mail servers (when connecting to
another mail server) where it's an issue, but in most cases those will be
covered under the "server" category anyway.
But yeah, point remains - update everywhere, even where you're not running
On Thu, Apr 10, 2014 at 3:06 PM, Juha Saarinen <juha(a)saarinen.org> wrote:
Morning. Just saw this:
Which I thought might be useful to know.
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