Wi-Fi is everywhere so most of us don’t think twice about connecting to our local coffee shop and surfing the world wide web. But the ubiquity of Wi-Fi has created a false sense of security. In reality, connecting to public Wi-Fi can open your device up to being hacked or expose data from sites you access as the packets of data fly around the air.
Blog Posts - security
In recent weeks, the news has broken that most modern CPUs (the brains of our computing devices) have hardware vulnerabilities that allow a malicious program to steal data in the device’s memory. These vulnerabilities, named Meltdown and Spectre, are unique in that they break down the built-in barriers that secure data on the most fundamental component of any computing device, the CPU.
Notice: We’ve investigated our hosted resources along with Rackspace, our hosting provider and have determined that our production hosting platform is not vulnerable to the Heartbleed bug. We’re not using the vulnerable version of OpenSSL on our production server.