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What Method:CRM Users Should Know About Heartbleed

In the last few days, you you may have heard of the Heartbleed Bug on the news or in your social newsfeeds, so we wanted to provide reassurance and a little background info.

Heartbleed is an OpenSSL security vulnerability. Method:CRM does not use OpenSSL and therefore our systems and customers are not exposed to this threat

Note: Individuals who re-use their password across multiple sites could have had their passwords stolen from another site, which would indirectly compromise the security of their Method account. If you have re-used your password on other sites, we recommend you change your Method password as a precaution. Do this by clicking your name in the top-right corner inside Method, and clicking My Profile.

Rest assured that as a Method:CRM user, your data is protected.

If you would like to learn more about the HeartBleed Bug, I recommend checking out the HeartBleed FAQ site. If you’re interested to know which sites are potentially vulnerable, check out this post from GitHub.

Be safe out there and do not hesitate to contact us if you have any questions.


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