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Security Alert - April, 2014

Maybe you’ve seen it in the news, Heartbleed, a newly discovered software vulnerability. The weakness attacks CERTAIN versions of OpenSSL. Please read the following so you are well informed about your online safety.

What is Heartbleed?
It is a recently discovered security bug found in some versions of OpenSSL.OpenSSL is an open source software used by millions of websites to encrypt communications with visitors. The Heartbleed bug allows attackers to decrypt and steal usernames, passwords, and other sensitive information from websites running vulnerable versions of OpenSSL
 
Are CoreFirst websites safe?
Yes. We immediately evaluated all websites that are owned/operated by CoreFirst. Our review findings indicate that none of our systems, including internet banking, are vulnerable to Heartbleed.
 
Is there anything I should do about Heartbleed?
·         Check with companies you do business with on the web and make sure they have scanned their websites for vulnerabilities.
·         Remain vigilant of your account activity. Check internet banking and your account statements for questionable activity and notify us immediately if discrepancies are found.

 

 

 

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