Warning for SSL and HTTPS connections on OS X 10.9.1

„NSA is watching you“ and the „SSL Bug is biting you“: The current SSL Bug clearly shows the security risks buzzing around and attacking within our security channels on a daily basis. SSL and HTTPS connections on Mac OS X 10.9.1 are affected by the SSL Bug, the OS X 10.9.2 update fixes the vulnerability.

Apple has just announced an update to close this security gap, so we strongly recommend you update as soon as possible. The SSL Bug affects Mac applications such as: Safari-Browser, Apple Mail, Facetime, Messages, iTunes and iCloud. You can do a quick check at gotofail.com and see if your web browser can produce a secure SSL connection.

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