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As you may have heard or read, a security vulnerability nick-named “Heartbleed” was discovered in OpenSSL.
OpenSSL is the secure communication between your computer and the servers hosting the web pages you view online and is used by 2/3 of the secure websites on the internet.
Our MeetingKing web application uses OpenSSL to secure and encrypt your data. It’s important to us that your date is safe and secure whilst you are working with our application. We immediately updated our systems to protect against the vulnerability. We have no evidence to show that any of the data we hold was exploited in any way. However as a measure of extra caution, we would advise that you change your password next time you log in into MeetingKing. After logging in click
on your name at the right top of the blue navigation bar and select My Account. On the first tab you can change your password. If you sign in with Google or Facebook you do not need to do anything.
More information on the Heartbleed Bug please visit: http://heartbleed.com/
You can test if a site is vulnerable at: http://filippo.io/Heartbleed/
Here are the results for the MeetingKing application:
Please feel free to contact us if you have any questions.