There's the Heartbleed kind of problem, and there's the kind of problem where the State of Washington surpluses old computers with private information still on them:

State Auditor Troy Kelley released details of a six-week audit of surplus computers Thursday that found four of 13 state agencies examined were poised to sell computers that still had confidential data on them. This included Social Security numbers, tax information and in one case even a psychiatric evaluation.

The amount the state made selling old computers last year: $411,600. "If we are getting very little money for these computers and we have high risk," Kelly is quoted by The Olympian as saying, "then I think we have to stop."