Security researcher discover flaw in OpenSSL, recommend to change all passwords

If you shop online, bank online, pay bills online, type in a password for anything online, you are going to want to change all your passwords!

Security researchers have discovered a serious flaw in a popular encryption standard called Open SSL, which gives hackers the ability to extract massive amounts of data from servers.

Mashable has come up with a short list of sites that have been affected, have not and their recommendation if to change your password or not. The list includes such sites as email servers, AOL, Gmail and Yahoo.

To be sure, you can use the sites listed below to check the web addresses of sites you visit:

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