With Heartbleed around, most experts are saying that computer security is at risk. According to them, administrators should patch this severe flaw in the software library that’s being used by millions or billions of websites in order for them to encrypt sensitive data for communications. The said flaw is contained in several editions of OpenSSL, which is a library of cryptographies that allows SSL (Secure Sockets Layer) or TLS (Transport Security Layer) encryption. Most websites today use either TLS or SSL that’s indicated in any browser with the symbol of a padlock. The flaw was found out in existence during the latter part of December 2011. For more information regarding this news, go to the source.