Android vulnerable to Heartbleed
However, it isn't very nice and Google are the latest to issue a warning about it, saying that their products could be prone to Heartbleed exploitation.
The company have noted that all Android versions are unaffected, unless you're on version 4.1.1 (that's Jelly Bean to you), which a good number of you are. Google are in the process of patching up the chink in the OS's armour.
Over a third of Android users are running on 4.1 to 4.1.2, with the exact number of users running 4.1.1 not known. The problem here is that a lot of budget handsets could be on this specific Jelly Bean and not being given updates once shipped.
In addition to that, Google's Search, Gmail, YouTube, Wallet, Play, Apps, App Engine, AdWords, DoubleClick, Maps, Maps Engine and Earth were affected by Heartbleed, but should've been patched by now. Facebook, Tumblr, Twitter, Yahoo!, Dropbox and Amazon were also vulnerable.
Apple, meanwhile, have said that nothing of theirs was in danger at any point.