In this video Security Expert Troy Hunt speaks to SSW TV about the Heartbleed SSL ‘bug’ that is currently causing major concern for many companies and website owners across the world.

Troy goes through the figures and explains how Heartbleed is effecting around 17% of websites. However, it’s not all doom and gloom according to Troy, as he explains in order for the exploit to be dangerous, you need to have alot lined up to actually be vulnerable.

Watch this video to get the real low-down on Heartbleed and it’s real life implications.

Troy Hunt’s blog post covers everything to do with Heartbleed and is a must read for anyone interested in the subject.

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About the speakers

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Troy is a software architect and Microsoft Most Valued Professional (MVP) focusing on security concepts and process improvement in software delivery within a large enterprise environment. His specialties include C# ASP.Net, SQL Server, SOA, SharePoint, Security and Continuous Integration

You can check out more from Troy at his blog page

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