- Amazon Web Services
- Best Buy
- Bleacher Report
- Home Depot
- NBC News
- Publishers Clearing House
- The Pirate Bay
- The Wall Street Journal
Friday, April 18, 2014
These Sites Apparently Have Not Yet Reported to CNET Whether or not They are Patched but Server Test Show They May Not Be
These sites have apparently not reported whether or not they have patched themselves but server tests show they are probably not vulnerable. However it may be prudent to wait a few days before changing passwords just to be sure. Another strategy is to change the passwords now, because they may have been vulnerable before, then come back later and re-change the ones on this list when CNET reports the sites have checked in with an official all clear. Personally I recommend canceling any credit cards and requesting new numbers for any cards that you use on the internet. That's what I did. I also changed my passwords for these sites as well.
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