PSA: These are the passwords you need to change thanks to CloudBleed


A CloudFlare leak probably doesn’t mean much to most internet users. It should. Over 5.5 million websites use CloudFlare, and chances are you’re using one of them daily. Sites like FitBit, Yelp, Medium, CodePen, OKCupid, and Uber are just a small sample of sites that rely on the service. Today’s announcement that it had been leaking sensitive information for several months means it’s possible, probable even, that you’ll have a password or two that made its way into the wild. It’s outside the grasp of most web users, but for someone used to crafting specific search engine queries to look for leaked…

This story continues at The Next Web

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