Our authentication infrastructure is secured against the Heartbleed bug, and we don’t believe any Betabrand information has been compromised.
I’d also like to reiterate that Betabrand does not keep or store any credit card information on our servers. Any sensitive data is stored with one of the largest and most secure payment gateways in the world. If those guys get compromised, we probably all have a much bigger problem.
To be extra-safe, we recommend you change your password, everywhere in the universe. Here’s an article about how you can further protect yourself from any fallout from the Heartbleed bug. And please contact us if you have any questions.
Pre-Betabrand, Colin worked as a co-founder of the online storage company i-drive, as well as at the mobile app company Voxer, and Microsoft. He's a graduate of University of Puget Sound.
Latest posts by Colin Stuart (see all)
- The Heartbleed Bug - April 10, 2014
- We Now Accept Bitcoin (We still do not accept gold dust, pelts, or Quatloos) - April 3, 2014