Protect yourself online

It’s a risk that affects some websites that use a piece of software called OpenSSL which encrypts the 1data that is exchanged on them. You’ll know if you’re on one of these sites as there’ll be a padlock sign in the web address bar or if it starts with ‘https.’
This means that any data you exchange on them may be at risk — basically any site where you have a username and password. Not all sites are affected but it’s better to be on the safe side.

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