I'm wondering if anyone from here, a good trusted source of information, has heard of Heartbleed?
Two days ago a serious vulnerability (that’s been named “Heartbleed”) in the popular cryptographic software OpenSSL was made public. This weakness could potentially be exploited to steal information, such as login information, that normally would be protected by encryption. This software is used by roughly two thirds of the internet so a lot of services were or are at risk of being affected.
I got this tidbit from here and have Googled it and while it's out there as an "issue" apparently banks aren't worried about it and if they're not worried about about it should we all be?
I'm curious to see some interpretations from yous.