@echodunk Unfortunately, it's still being used. The risk of collision was known, but there wasn't a "practical" (see the number of computation hours Google put into this) method publicly disclosed until now.
@echodunk That said, the odds of someone both finding that uninitialized memory and knowing what to do with it are probably minimal. It can't hurt to change passwords, but this is a needle in a haystack, IMO. @jws
@echodunk Reading through Ormandy's bug report, it seems to me that Cloudflare is being disingenuous **at best** about the impact. Essentially everything running through Cloudflare was potentially exposed. @jws
Just for kicks and giggles, I've been looking around at the current crop of laptops. The Venn diagram for laptops that support >=32GB RAM, are <=15", and have UHD screen resolution has very little overlap. :-/