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Notice to customers – Heartbleed Bug

Posted by Maeve, 14 Apr, 2014 | No Comments »

Hello customers. As many of you will be aware, a newly discovered security vulnerability, dubbed Heartbleed, has been wreaking havock across the internet this last week. The Heartbleed Bug is a serious vulnerability in certain versions of the OpenSSL cryptographic software library which runs on the vast majority of servers, and which in a nutshell, is the technology used to secure the internet.

The good news for Enigma customers is that your website is not vulnerable to the heartbleed bug, nor was it ever vulnerable in the past. The version of OpenSSL installed on our server is 0.9.8e, which is not one of the versions affected by the bug. The bug only affected OpenSSL versions 1.0.1 through 1.0.1f. Currently the 0.9.8 version branch is the only one available for our server, since the server operating system is CentOS 5.

For more information about the heartbleed vulnerability, please visit heartbleed.com or Google “Heartbleed”.

If you have any questions or concerns, please let us know and we will be more than happy to help you!


Maeve is an experienced UI designer and front end developer. Aside from designing websites, Maeve develops plugins, speaks at WordPress events, and co-organizes the Perth WordPress Meetup group. She’s also an intrepid rock climber and demon trumpet player!

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