Heartbleed - OpenSSL Bug
According to recent internet security reports, there is a new bug
attacking sites that use OpenSSL called Heartbleed. Heartbleed is a
security vulnerability in OpenSSL, a popular, open-source protocol used
to encrypt vast portions of the web. It's used to protect your
usernames, passwords, and sensitive information set on secure websites.
The bug allows attackers to pull information at random from site servers
which may or may not include important and private data. If you use
popular websites and emails such as yahoo and flickr we would advise you
to change your passwords and avoid those websites until they have fixed
Austin Telco would like to notify our members that we do not employ
OpenSSL for data encryption. Austin Telco online banking services are
not subject to the Heartbleed vulnerability.