Heartbleed Havoc: 10 Passwords You Need To Change Right Now

Intuit TurboTax Users

People who filed their taxes using the TurboTax preparation service are being urged by security experts to change their passwords. The company issued a press release indicating that it patched its back-end systems, which were affected by the Heartbleed bug. "Taxpayers can be confident that TurboTax websites are secure and their personal and financial information are safe. They can file their return today with confidence," said "Nat" Rajesh Natarajan, the company's chief technology officer and vice president of product development product management, in a statement. 

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