Updated to address OpenSSL CVE-2014-0160 (aka. Heartbleed)

As you may have heard of Heartbleed, there has been a large flaw in OpenSSL that could allow attackers to theft of data protected by SSL/TLS encryption. Unfortunately, lino used the version of OpenSSL that has this flaw.

We updated OpenSSL and replaced our certificate immediately. So now our servers are not affected by this flaw.

Although we have no evidence that your password has been exposed, we encourage you to change your password. You can change your password at Preference page.

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Comments (2)

  1. Please, please, please can you remove the app advert from the web version of Lino?
    I generally prefer to use the webpage on my iPad, and I am bored with being told, over and over and over, that I could open it on the app. I know, believe me I know, I must have been told a thousand times.

    Thanks.

    Comment by Paul Thompson April 17, 2014 5:27 am

  2. Hi,
    we have upgraded our Moodle VLE with security now provided via TLS encryption. Some of our staff had embedded some Linoit pages onto their Web-pages but this is now defunct since our https:// URL is redirected by your site to http which will not display the content here.
    With similar Web-services (YouTube, Slideshare, Padlet) we do not have these issues. Could you possibly make the necessary changes at your end?
    Thank you

    Comment by Henry Keil August 7, 2015 8:06 am

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