According to an article on Networkworld.com, OpenSSL received nine updates to fix flawed software. These updates are after news broke in April that a “heartbleed” had been detected. The “heartbleed” was a very critical concern because hackers could get access to passwords as well as private SSL/TLS keys. These security updates are said to prevent SSL from crashing, leaking information and loss of large amounts of memory. This discovery has been a huge wake up call to be more alert of security flaws and start open-source projects. For more information on this article click on this link.