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One lesson of the Heartbleed bug is that the U.S. needs to stop running Internet security like a Wikipedia volunteer project.
In violation of one of its primary missions, the National Security Agency has kept secret the biggest threat to Internet security in memory in order to exploit it, sources say.
A critical flaw that has been with us for some time and could be around for months to come leaves much of the Internet vulnerable.
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