Researchers have disclosed a serious vulnerability in standard Web encryption software. Known as “Heartbleed,” the bug can give hackers access to personal data like credit card numbers, usernames, passwords, and, perhaps most importantly, cryptographic keys—which can allow hackers to impersonate or monitor a server. It didn't affect sites like Google, Facebook, Twitter, Dropbox or Webdomain, but Yahoo and even openssl.org were vulnerable.Your datas are safe!
All webdomain's servers use CentOS 5, which are using the OpenSSL 0.9.8 RPM included in the official OS repositories, are not vulnerable to the Heartbleed issue since they are using an older version of OpenSSL that never contained this vulnerability.Again, you datas are safe and were always safe... :)
Friday, April 11, 2014