By: Dave Haygarth On: April 10, 2014 In: Reverse Delta's Blog Comments: 0

There has been a lot of coverage online and in the news on the “Heartbleed” vulnerability in the popular OpenSSL software. We would like to assure customers that we take security extremely seriously and that all websites are patched against this issue.  We have also been monitoring the servers and have not detected any compromise of security on any site so no action will be needed on your part.

The issue is relevant for sites with a secure server certificate that are available via HTTPS such as online shopping sites and some email and chat servers are also affected.  For your peace of mind, you can test whether your site is vulnerable using the Heartbleed checking tool at http://filippo.io/Heartbleed

You can read a comprehensive FAQ on the Heartbleed vulnerability at http://heartbleed.com/  If you do have any specific questions, our support team will be happy to help at support@reversedelta.com

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