ShaunC writes: In a bug that’s been christened “Cloudbleed,” Cloudflare disclosed today that some of their products accidentally exposed private user information from a number of websites. Similar to 2014’s Heartbleed, Cloudflare’s problem involved a buffer overrun that allowed uninitialized memory contents to leak into normal web traffic. Tavis Ormandy, of Google’s Project Zero, discovered the flaw last week. Affected sites include Uber, Fitbit, and OK Cupid, as well as unnamed services for hotel booking and password management. Cloudflare says the bug has been fixed, and Google has purged affected pages from its search index and cache. Further reading: The Register, Ars Technica
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