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Jolla sites and openssl [answered]

asked 2014-04-10 22:22:09 +0300

cy8aer gravatar image

Did the sites had issues - is there any site which had a broken openssl library? Qualys says: Not. Just asking on running my big password change action...

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answered 2014-04-11 01:11:08 +0300

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Yes, some of our public services were affected by the heartbleed-bug. However:

  1. We patched our services as soon as the patches were available.
  2. Our services (which use openssl) have forward secrecy enabled (private keys are not much of use even if leaked).
  3. It's possible in theory that someone could have fetched random bits from our servers memory but so far we have not detected any anomalies in our services.
  4. To be 100% safe side you can change your password at https://account.jolla.com and also remove all tokens from https://account.jolla.com/oauth/oauth2/clients, after that you will need to re-sign to your Jolla-account on your Jolla-device.
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