Heartbleed Security Information

On April 7, 2014 information was released about a new vulnerability (CVE-2014-0160) in OpenSSL, a cryptography library behind most of the  private communication across the Internet. This vulnerability, now famously known as Heartbleed, represents a major risk to large portions of private traffic on the Internet, including a part of the BIME platform.

We have no indication that the attack has been used against BIME and we patched the part of the infrastructure vulnerable very quickly when it went public - under less than one hour! We took all the known precautions but due to the nature of heartbleed we suggest as a matter of extra precaution to reset your password.

We work hard to keep your data safe and update this post if the situation evolves.

Regards,

Nicolas Raspal, CTO - BIME