Agility Websites Are Safe from the 'Heartbleed' Bug

Jillean Kearney - April 09-2014

Agility websites are not at risk of being affected by the Heartbleed bug.

Over the past couple of years, a flaw in OpenSSL software – or the 'Heartbleed bug' as its been penned by the researchers who found it – has been wreaking havoc on millions of websites and leaking sensitive data like user passwords.

OpenSSL controls how websites encrypt data and work with memory on their servers. Agility doesn't use Open SSL; we use IIS, which prevents any vulnerability to the Heartbleed bug.

The virus allows anyone easy access to a "secure" Web server that is running certain versions of OpenSSL and gather the site's encryption keys, user passwords and site content.

If you would like more info on the Heartbleed bug, click here.

 

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