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LastPass OpenSSL CCS checker states ID safe is vunerable.

here was the results when I entered in the ID safe in the LP URL...also see attachment..(unable to upload folder...UGGH!! " identitysafe.norton.com/home is likely vulnerable to the OpenSSL CCS injection vulnerability! OUR RECOMMENDATION We recommend that you immediately change your password for this site as well as any other sites for which you used the same password. If you are the owner of this site and have already updated your SSL libraries, please note that we cache results for 1 hour. "
IE v11, Chrome v 36.Symantec End Point Protection, Norton ID Safe. Windows 7 64x, ISP:CableOne.

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Re: LastPass OpenSSL CCS checker states ID safe is vunerable.

A little bit of knowledge is... well a little bit of knowledge.
Kudos0

Re: LastPass OpenSSL CCS checker states ID safe is vunerable.

A little bit of knowledge is... well a little bit of knowledge.
Kudos0

Re: LastPass OpenSSL CCS checker states ID safe is vunerable.

I don't want to report a false positive about the Heartbleed vunerability, so hopefully the link below will provide the proper information of what the Last Pass website claims. Thank you Link: < https://drive.google.com/file/d/0BzIUX8KJSBUmbG5uSFZRczRpWkNuS29PdzBxbmJ0UTc1c0pn/edit?usp=sharing >.
IE v11, Chrome v 36.Symantec End Point Protection, Norton ID Safe. Windows 7 64x, ISP:CableOne.
Kudos0

Re: LastPass OpenSSL CCS checker states ID safe is vunerable.


Rousseau32 wrote:
I don't want to report a false positive about the Heartbleed vunerability, so hopefully the link below will provide the proper information of what the Last Pass website claims. Thank you Link: < https://drive.google.com/file/d/0BzIUX8KJSBUmbG5uSFZRczRpWkNuS29PdzBxbmJ0UTc1c0pn/edit?usp=sharing >.

I was unable to open your link without having a google account. Maybe you can post a screenshot. Instructions to post screenshots can be found here
http://community.norton.com/t5/Forum-Feedback/Forum-Tip-How-to-post-screenshots-in-the-forum/m-p/254415#U254415

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Kudos0

Re: LastPass OpenSSL CCS checker states ID safe is vunerable.

peterweb, when I attempted to upload my screenshot using .PNG extension ( using Windows snipping tool) I would get this error message: "Please correct the highlighted errors and try again. The file does not have a valid extension for an attachment. txt,log,lue,pdf are the valid extensions". According to your link that you provided to me the "Windows Snipping Tool" was an accepted format to use for uploading screenshots and me following the directions, did not allow this attachment. So apparently it is not true then, I suggest someone look into this and let me know what the problem is. Rousseau32
IE v11, Chrome v 36.Symantec End Point Protection, Norton ID Safe. Windows 7 64x, ISP:CableOne.
Kudos0

Re: LastPass OpenSSL CCS checker states ID safe is vunerable.


Rousseau32 wrote:
peterweb, when I attempted to upload my screenshot using .PNG extension ( using Windows snipping tool) I would get this error message: "Please correct the highlighted errors and try again. The file does not have a valid extension for an attachment. txt,log,lue,pdf are the valid extensions". According to your link that you provided to me the "Windows Snipping Tool" was an accepted format to use for uploading screenshots and me following the directions, did not allow this attachment. So apparently it is not true then, I suggest someone look into this and let me know what the problem is. Rousseau32

Perhaps it's too large in the PNG format? Try uploading it in the JPG format.

Windows 7 HP SP1 32-bit | Chrome 65.0.3325.146 | NS 22.12.1.15
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Kudos0

Re: LastPass OpenSSL CCS checker states ID safe is vunerable.


Rousseau32 wrote:
peterweb, when I attempted to upload my screenshot using .PNG extension ( using Windows snipping tool) I would get this error message: "Please correct the highlighted errors and try again. The file does not have a valid extension for an attachment. txt,log,lue,pdf are the valid extensions". According to your link that you provided to me the "Windows Snipping Tool" was an accepted format to use for uploading screenshots and me following the directions, did not allow this attachment. So apparently it is not true then, I suggest someone look into this and let me know what the problem is. Rousseau32

Hi Rousseau32,

I use the Snipping Tool and the .png al the time - did you save it to the desktop and then use the Christmas Tree Icon in the reply to insert it into the post?  I notice you said "attachment" - the image is not attached - but actually placed  into the reply via the Christmas Tree Icon.

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