'Heartbleed' exploit forces Healthcare.gov to reset user passwords
Everyone who has registered for an account on healthcare.gov is getting a password reset. Heartbleed is an eye-opening enough of an exploit that it caused healthcare.gov to be flagged as part of a widespread review of government websites currently being conducted by the Homeland Security Department.
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