Recently you may have read that it was discovered that OpenSSL, Internet encryption software that protects nearly 2 of 3 websites has a security hole that puts your data, user names, passwords and the like at risk.
Even if your site may display a URL prefix as “https://” you may still not be properly safeguarded.
Fortunately there is a quick test and a remedy if you’re vulnerable.
Step 1 – Check to see if your website is vulnerable CLICK HERE
Step 2 – If test confirms that your website is at risk CLICK HERE to update your OpenSSL
Step 3 – AFTER you have updated OpenSSL have EVERYONE change their usernames and passwords
It’s that simple and if you at risk you just may be very glad you did.