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Are the email servers on verizon.net vulnerable to Heartbleed?
glnzglnz
Contributor

Are verizon.net's email servers vulnerable to the Heartbleed flaw?

   

If they are, what is Vz doing about it?

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Re: Are the email servers on verizon.net vulnerable to Heartbleed?
JOSEm441
Specialist

I am sure if there were any issues Verizon would have them resolved. You can check many sites via this link: https://filippo.io/Heartbleed/

I would still change my password on a regular basis, and use upper case, lower case, numbers and special symbols.

Also do not save any password if you browser prompts you to.

This may also be worth a view : http://forums.verizon.com/t5/FiOS-Internet/Is-Verizon-s-global-infrastructure-vulnerable-to-Heartble...

Re: Are the email servers on verizon.net vulnerable to Heartbleed?
Beelzel
Enthusiast

I ran a scan of the Verizon log on page using Qualys SSL test page. The results were "A-" KUDOS Verizon.

Here is a link if needed:

https://www.ssllabs.com/ssltest/analyze.html?d=webmail.verizon.com

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Re: Are the email servers on verizon.net vulnerable to Heartbleed?
PJL
Master

@Beelzel wrote:

I ran a scan of the Verizon log on page using Qualys SSL test page. The results were "A-" KUDOS Verizon.

Here is a link if needed:

https://www.ssllabs.com/ssltest/analyze.html?d=webmail.verizon.com


FYI that's the web mail server , not the email (SMTP/POP) server.  smtp.verizon.net is the outbound email server, and pop.verizon.net is the inbound email server. 

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