Meanwhile, south of the border, America's Internal Revenue Service will be paying millions of dollars to Microsoft to continue supporting Windows XP while it tries to finish off its upgrade to Windows 7. WinXP reached end-of-life on April 8.
Regarding Heartbleed, Bloomberg claims that the NSA knew about it for years; the NSA claims it had no such knowledge. Either way, enough people knew about it, which may or may not have been a problem: no-one is "disclosing."
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