You've been hacked. It's a near-certainty.
A newly discovered Internet bug, dubbed "Heartbleed," has permeated up to two-thirds of the Internet. It works by invading the password-encryption software used by just about every major firm out there. Big sites such as Yahoo, Flickr and OKCupid are reportedly still vulnerable. Google, Facebook and Twitter are all apparently safe.
The worst part -- the bug has been out there for two years, and security experts just found out about it.
You can find out if other sites you use -- such as your bank or E-retailers -- are safe atFilippo.io/Heartbleed.
Source: Huffington Post