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lkrupp
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Member Since:
Sep 15, 2000

lkrupp's Products

iMac, OS X Mavericks (10.9.2), 27” iMac14,2 (i7 3.5Ghz Haswell)
AppleTV 2, Firmware 6.1
iPad 2, iOS 7.1

Recent Activity

lkrupp replied to I have OpenSSL 0.9.8y installed - OK for "HeartBleed Bug"?

"Rainburst wrote:   Actually, clients can also be vulnerable, see here:  http://www.ibtimes.co.uk/reverse-heartbleed-individual-users-left-v"

in iMac (Intel) 13 replies
1 day ago
lkrupp replied to HT6104 I deleted safari April14,by accident on my mac,how do I re install it?

"How did you accidentally delete it? Did you remove it from the Dock? Did you drag the application to the Trash? Did you empty the Trash? Dep"

in OS X Mavericks 2 replies
2 days ago
lkrupp replied to Heartbleed bug and Mavrick

"charliefrommi wrote:   How can one know whether or not a server is secure?   There are a number of testing tools available and websites th"

in OS X Mavericks 7 replies
3 days ago
lkrupp replied to Heartbleed bug and Mavrick

"We can't stress this enough. If the website you visit has not patched their server then you ARE vulnerable to having your information stolen"

in OS X Mavericks 7 replies
3 days ago
lkrupp replied to When is Apple fixing the Heartbleed TLS vulnerability?

"John Lockwood wrote:   Now please everyone stop running around like headless chickens shouting the sky is falling, the sky is falling.  "

in OS X Mavericks 72 replies
4 days ago
lkrupp replied to When is Apple fixing the Heartbleed TLS vulnerability?

"longgonesam wrote:   https://lastpass.com/heartbleed/?h=apple.com   Apple now says they were not and are not vulnerable. C|net says Apple"

in OS X Mavericks 72 replies
4 days ago
lkrupp replied to When is Apple fixing the Heartbleed TLS vulnerability?

"PacBlue wrote:   I think their statement is misleading because it implies Mac users are not affected by the bug. However, if they visited a"

in OS X Mavericks 72 replies
5 days ago
lkrupp replied to How do I restart forcefully while one program I've downloaded online (PDFpen) can't be closed neither removed?!!

"Holding down the option-command-esc keys brings up a window to force quit any running applications. Right clicking an application's icon in"

in OS X Mavericks 4 replies
5 days ago
lkrupp replied to When is Apple fixing the Heartbleed TLS vulnerability?

"http://www.cnet.com/how-to/which-sites-have-patched-the-heartbleed-bug/   According to C|net, who is testng and listing websites, Apple is"

in OS X Mavericks 72 replies
5 days ago
lkrupp replied to "Heartbleed" bug in OpenSSL

"electricbluefish001 wrote:   OSX Mavericks as of 2014.04.10 has: $ openssl version OpenSSL 1.0.0d 8 Feb 2011   This could be a version c"

in icloud.com 8 replies
5 days ago
lkrupp replied to "Heartbleed" bug in OpenSSL

"RIGHT. Only people running servers or services on their Macs are affected. Most users on these forums DO NOT run servers. They are typical M"

in icloud.com 8 replies
5 days ago
lkrupp replied to What is heartbleed bug all about?

"As Klaus says, this only affects servers. However you are definitely at risk if you visit a website that has not been udated and patched. An"

in Safari 4 replies
5 days ago
lkrupp replied to I have OpenSSL 0.9.8y installed - OK for "HeartBleed Bug"?

"DavidMac wrote:   Right, I understand it's affecting servers only.   Then why are you going on about what verion of OpenSSL is on your Mac"

in iMac (Intel) 13 replies
6 days ago
lkrupp replied to When is Apple fixing the Heartbleed TLS vulnerability?

"Barney-15E wrote:   Rich Rein wrote:   Thanks KasilofLeif, I ran the test on the ars technica page. My OSX 10.9.2 safari browser does no"

in OS X Mavericks 72 replies
6 days ago
lkrupp replied to When is Apple fixing the Heartbleed TLS vulnerability?

"Let's try a different approach. When you visit a website sometimes a secure, encrypted connection is established called SSL (Secure Sockets"

in OS X Mavericks 72 replies
6 days ago
lkrupp replied to "Heartbleed" bug in OpenSSL

"cdcook wrote:   So this would include Keychain?  Is that lumped with iCloud?    If you visited any website that has the affected software"

in icloud.com 8 replies
6 days ago
lkrupp replied to When is Apple fixing the Heartbleed TLS vulnerability?

"cclauss wrote:   Open a Terminal on the Mac and type: openssl version   ccclauss, you are completely, totally, unequivicably wrong in your"

in OS X Mavericks 72 replies
6 days ago
lkrupp replied to When is Apple fixing the Heartbleed TLS vulnerability?

"DavidMac wrote:   Threads here say Mavericks OS10.9 is not affected by HeartBleed ... but how about OS 10.8.5 Mountain Lion?   This has NO"

in OS X Mavericks 72 replies
6 days ago
lkrupp replied to When is Apple fixing the Heartbleed TLS vulnerability?

"All I'm trying to make clear is that this is not an OS X vulnerability. It is websites that have deployed the faulty server package. The nor"

in OS X Mavericks 72 replies
1 week ago
lkrupp replied to "Heartbleed" bug in OpenSSL

"http://www.theverge.com/2014/4/8/5594266/how-heartbleed-broke-the-internet   Apple's websites are NOT affected. Most major e-commerce websi"

in icloud.com 8 replies
1 week ago
lkrupp replied to Heartbleed OpenSSL Flaw?

"This vulnerability is not in OS X. This is a website server software issue and has nothing to do with your computer.   http://www.theverge."

in OS X Mountain Lion 5 replies
1 week ago
lkrupp replied to When is Apple fixing the Heartbleed TLS vulnerability?

"It's not your computer, its not your browser, it's not Apple. The problem exists with an open source software package that some websites use"

in OS X Mavericks 72 replies
1 week ago
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