Heartbleed Havoc: 10 Passwords You Need To Change Right Now

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Google Services, Gmail

Google issued a statement on its official Security Blog outlining its progress in patching the vulnerability. The firm has said it isn't requiring users to change their passwords, but it is gently prodding users to make a change as a matter of good practice. 

Impacted services include Search, Gmail, YouTube, Wallet, Play, Apps and App Engine. Google Chrome and Chrome OS are not affected, the company said. Businesses that use the Google Search Appliance, Cloud SQL or the Google Compute Engine also are impacted and must update their back-end systems to the latest OpenSSL iteration. 

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