On Monday 7th of April researchers made public a vulnerability found in OpenSSL software used on millions of servers to protect sensitive credentials such as passwords and usernames. The so called HeartBleed Bug allows attackers to intercept and access the secure communications of many websites and steal login-data or impersonate the website a user is visiting.
The Imprima Technology team have completed a check of our systems specifically looking at the issue reported and we can confirm that our iRooms V2.5 and V3 virtual data room products have NOT been affected by this issue and our users are not at risk.
For more detailed information on the HeartBleed Bug please visit heartbleed.com
We are committed to ensuring confidentiality and integrity for our clients.