As you have likely read elsewhere a security vulnerable in a commonly used web protocol was exposed on the evening of Monday April 7th. This vulnerability has been nicknamed “Heartbleed.”
This bug is not caused by, or unique to Kindrid but impacted an underlying technology used to ensure security by the majority of websites.
When this bug was made known, the Kindrid team immediately moved to address it by patching our servers and replacing our encryption keys across the service. This process was completed as of the morning of Tuesday April 8th.
Since this time our services have no longer been vulnerable to this bug.
Security is our number one priority, and we are always monitoring to keep Kindrid up-to-date with the latest security information. If you have any questions about this specific bug and how we addressed it feel free to contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org