NSA keeps HeartBleed quite, everyone left vulnerable. Was your organization affected? Find out by exploiting your systems the same way an attacker would.
For anyone who has not heard, a critical SSL vulnerability called HeartBleed was made public earlier this week. The vulnerability occurs in the Heartbeat extension of the SSL/TLS protocol, and it impacts version 1.0.1 and beta versions of 1.0.2 of OpenSSL.
The exploit tool, authored by Praetorian’s Nick Angelou and Kelby Ludwig, extends Jared Staffor’s original POC of the HeartBleed OpenSSL vulnerability to allow larger organizations to scan multiple hosts in a more efficient manner.