Update: The Latest Information on the Heartbleed Vulnerability

Infomedia and its server partners have taken steps to ensure that the Heartbleed vulnerability no longer exists for our client websites.

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You may have already heard of the “Heartbleed” vulnerability – a bug in secure websites that in theory allows others access to encrypted, private information.

According to experts, this vulnerability could have put sensitive information at risk, information such as passwords, debit and credit card information, and more. Hackers could use this vulnerability to obtain this information and use it for undesirable purposes.

We want to take the time to reassure our clients that the Heartbleed vulnerability has been patched on the servers we use to host your websites. The server hosts took prompt action, took an inventory of what servers were affected, and put into place safeguards – such as software upgrades – to ensure your websites are safe.

The server hosts also reissued private keys to all installed certificates on your websites, to further insure that no compromised access exists to your websites.

You can learn more about what our server hosts have done in response to Heartbleed here. If you have any questions at all, please feel free to contact us at once.

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If Infomedia is a circus (and it can be, sometimes), Pam is our ringmaster: She runs the show, keeping us on-track when we clown around, calming the roar of incoming projects and effortlessly walking the tightrope of tricky technical details. Pam handles everything from client trainings to website trouble-shooting to scheduling, and it’s clear she has a passion for what she does, for her clients, and for each and every team member here at Infomedia. When she’s not saving the world website at a time, she’s probably reading, camping with her husband, or enjoying one of her guilty pleasures (ice, Chinese food and lemon bars).


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