InfoSec Links April 24, 2014

Heartbleed disclosure timeline: who knew what and when - Ben Grubb - The Sydney Morning Herald

A pretty good breakdown of the Heartbleed timeline. Google’s security team was the one that found the bug and they’ve recently begun to take some flak on not notifying people more quickly.

Ephermal Apps - Bruce Schneier - Schneier on Security

I am beginning to question everything in my life and you should to. Case in point, Snapchat says pictures are a one and done, but are they really? The recipient could screenshot the communication and Snapchat could be storing those images on an internal server.

States: Spike in Tax Fraud Against Doctors - Brian Krebs - Krebs on Security

Just another reason to get your taxes done as soon as possible. If you don't like doing taxes and you procrastinate until the April 15 deadline then you just may find that other people have filed taxes on your behalf. In this link it appears doctors are being targeted, but they're far from the only target.