A major vulnerability in the technology that powers encryption across much of the Internet was discovered this week. The OpenSSL project has announced a security vulnerability in OpenSSL affecting versions 1.0.1 and 1.0.2 (CVE-2014-0160), called ‘Heartbleed’
Heartbleed affects the OpenSSL framework which is used by many websites to privately send data to and from an Internet server.
Like many other teams, we took immediate action to patch the vulnerability in our MLO-Cloud infrastructure. We deployed the updated OpenSSL libraries, changed internal private keys and passwords. We spent many hours to fix the issue, test the MLO-Cloud Sync and Task By Email services.
MLO-Cloud is no longer vulnerable.
We encourage you to change your password not only on MLO-Cloud, but everywhere, as many of the services you love were affected.
How to change your password in MLO-Cloud:
1) Login to your MLO-Cloud account:
2) Click: Edit Profile->Change Password
3) Change your password.
MLO Support Team.
P.S. Here you can check the services you use if they affected with ‘Heartbleed’: