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Marketplace Tech for Monday, April 14, 2014
Apr 14, 2014

Marketplace Tech for Monday, April 14, 2014

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Matthew Green, an assistant research professor at the Johns Hopkins Information Security Institute, joins us to talk about reverse heartbleed, and why the flaw in OpenSSL is bigger than we thought. Plus, could we use Bitcoin to organize the internet?

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Bitcoin, what is it good for?

Apr 14, 2014
As Bitcoin gets bigger and bigger, a look at its value outside of money
A sticker on the window of a local pub indicates the acceptance of Bitcoins for payment in Berlin, Germany.
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Matthew Green, an assistant research professor at the Johns Hopkins Information Security Institute, joins us to talk about reverse heartbleed, and why the flaw in OpenSSL is bigger than we thought. Plus, could we use Bitcoin to organize the internet?

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