Apr 102014 Tagged with 0 Responses

OpenSSL Heartbleed Update

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You may have heard about the Heartbleed bug from different sources and the non-stop news coverage. For those who haven’t been following, Heartbleed is a security vulnerability in OpenSSL, a popular open-source protocol used to encrypt vast portions of the web. It’s used to protect your usernames, passwords, and sensitive information set on secure websites. As you can imagine, this is a big deal.

BlueSnap, Inc. has thoroughly investigated this matter as it relates to our systems and have determined that we are running one of the non-vulnerable version of Open SSL. Our customers’ account information is — and have always been — uncompromised; there is no further action needed on your end. In other words, you are not at risk of the Heartbleed bug at BlueSnap. Sell safely and securely.

We continue to put the safety and security of our customers as our highest priority.

For more information about Heartbleed, please visit http://heartbleed.com.

If you have any questions or concerns, please don’t hesitate to get in touch at 1 (866) 312-7733 or  support@bluesnap.com.

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