OpenSSL Heartbleed bug and Splashtop services

We have reviewed all of our Splashtop services for Splashtop Personal and Splashtop Business products and have applied all necessary security patches provided by Amazon AWS and have taken extra steps of rotating all of our SSL certificates.  To date there has been no report of security breaches of Splashtop services and your are not required to change your Splashtop password.  However, changing account password regularly is always a good precautionary practice. 

 

We would also like to inform our customers that our on-premise product, Splashtop Enterprise, is not affected by this Heartbleed bug.

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    Russell

    That is what I wanted to know.

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    Frndlyghost2

    Splashtop is my most-used app, so it's good to know you guys are on top of things :) 

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    Audreycottentx

    fuck splash top stop hacking in my lab top dicklickers

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    Saudjiecrook

    My mother would have washed my mouth out with soap for saying any part of the above comment.  There are civilized ways to make a point. Your mother obviously forgot that part of your education. Audreycottentx you should be ashamed of yourself for using that kind of language!

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    Hawknbronc

    Ditto, Saudjicrook!  We also would have tasted the soap bar with that filthy talk. Fortunately, my parents taught me that it's the unintelligent that use those kinds of words because they don't have what it takes to communicate in a proper and effective manner. I echo you: Shame on you,  Audreycottentx!

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