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We Are NOT Affected By The 'Heartbleed' Security Bug

Tuesday, April 15, 2014 4:00 PM | Anonymous

Media sources revealed last week that an Internet security vulnerability known as the 'Heartbleed bug' has potentially put two thirds of secure websites at risk.

This bug has to do with OpenSSL software code that protects the privacy of sensitive details (e.g. passwords) when accessing secure websites.

SFPE-SOC Users Are Unaffected

Our webhost provider immediately conducted a comprehensive security analysis of their servers and it has shown that we are not affected by this bug. (A big contributing factor was that they mostly use Microsoft servers which use different software code for handling security.)

Your passwords and information are safe and secure through our website.

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