Security firm sets up website on Heartbleed bug

Finnish security firm Codenomicon has set up a dedicated website to give people information about the Heartbleed bug, a glitch in the OpenSSL security product that may have put internet users' personal data at risk.

It comes after the firm, along with Google Security, revealed earlier this week that the bug had gone undetected for two years and could be used by hackers to steal sensitive information such as passwords.

Read: 'Change every password' warning over Heartbleed bug

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Heartbleed hack steals data from Mumsnet

The leading UK site for parents has had users data compromised by hackers then using 'Heartbleed' exploit. Technology firms have urged the public to change passwords amid fears the Heartbleed bug could leave sensitive data vulnerable to hackers.