The big security news in April was, without a doubt, the vulnerability in the popular OpenSSL crypto library. The vulnerability, dubbed “Heartbleed”, is discussed at length in the latest edition of the WindowSecurity.com monthly newsletter. Yes, I know it doesn’t pertain to “Windows security” as the title of the newsletter suggests, but it was an important topic that I felt needed to be discussed. This vulnerability is without question one of the worst in the history of the Internet, and for once, it wasn’t a Microsoft product. No gloating, however! Software is created by humans, and humans are fallible. It could happen to anyone. However, there are some interesting peculiarities regarding this particular bug. Read the newsletter to find out more.