Unless you've been living under a rock with no internet connection, it's safe to say that you've heard of the Heartbleed flaw that allows practically anyone with the right knowledge to steal your personal information, such as passwords, credit card numbers, and e-mail addresses using OpenSSL.
What many have been calling the worst web security vulnerability of all time has left online users reeling, so what's there to do?
If you want a simple rundown of the next steps you need to be taking, check out our full guide on Heartbleed and how to secure yourself properly. If you're a Chrome browser user, check out the Chromebleed extension that will alert you whenever you access a site that may still be susceptible.
Your Android Device Might Be Heartbled, Too
As a mobile user, you may also be susceptible to Heartbleed.
Android 4.1.1 Jelly Bean is the only build that used a vulnerable version of OpenSSL 1.0.1c. Most devices with this version of Android have long been updated to 4.1.2 or higher, which are not vulnerable to Heartbleed.
You can check your Android version by going to Settings -> About device -> Android version.