If you're not already in the habit of frequently changing your online passwords, Tthe Heartbleed Bug should provide extra incentive to do it.
"You never know what kind of flaw out there could cause, sort of open the door for hackers to get in to your private information," said Lindsay Turrentine, editor in chief at CNET.com.
That's just what security experts discovered the Heartbleed Bug was doing.
It's not a computer virus, per se, but instead a major flaw in a widely-used encryption software that usually protects your personal information.
"Because of the magnitude of the mistake, people who are engaging in malicious activities, people whose job it is to try to steal your data, it's made it very easy to do that, without being detected," Turrentine said.
Fire crews pulled two trapped drivers from the wreckage of a three-car crash in Creswell Friday afternoon, South Lane Fire said.
A Roseburg area transient attacked a teen girl after she let him use her phone on Thursday, the Sheriff's office said.
A virus never before seen in the United States has killed millions of piglets in less than a year, driving up the price of bacon and other pork products like center pork loin.
CareNow, the first convenience health clinic in the Corvallis/Albany area, has opened between a Qdoba and a Dutch Bros across from the Oregon State campus.
A semi crash had the McKenzie Highway shut down in both directions Friday morning, according to ODOT. One lane is now open.
An SUV hit a pickup at the intersection of Prairie Road and Highway 99 on Thursday afternoon.
Trooper Andy Youngblood so no one was seriously injured. No citations were immediately issued, but the investigation remained open, he said.
The driver in the SUV was headed west on Prairie and hit the truck, which was soutbound on Hwy 99.
There’s a new way to cover more ground on your next run, walk or a workout.
Your efforts could help put $50,000 in the hands of a local non-profit and earn you tickets to the Prefontaine Classic at Hayward field next month.
Nike kicked off the new incentive Thursday and its partnership with the Healthy Moves program.
Kendra Daniels has been a gymnast at Gymnastics Northwest since she was 5 years old.
Thirteen years later, Daniels recently accomplished one of the highest feats a prep gymnast can achieve: a level 10 state champion in beam, floor, vault and all around.