- Cisco (CSCO) and Juniper Networks (JNPR) have found the "Heartbleed" encryption flaw in some of their products, including routers, switches, servers, and firewalls.
- The ubiquitous nature of the products makes the bug harder to eliminate, and hackers may be able to steal sensitive data such as passwords and credit-card information as it travels across networks.
- Cisco is investigating 65 products and has confirmed 16 as being vulnerable.
- Juniper's VP of Corporate Communications, Michael Busselen, said the exposure for customers "is minimal," as the problem affected only one product. However, spokesman Corey Olfert warned that updating Juniper equipment could take a while. "It doesn't sound like a flip the switch sort of thing," said Olfert. "I don't know how quickly they can be resolved."
- Meanwhile, Intel (INTC) was still working on a patch for its McAfee security products as of yesterday.
- Vulnerable Cisco products.