On Monday April 7, we (along with many other Web services) received notification of a widespread internet security issue – called Heartbleed, impacting the popular OpenSSL technology – and we moved quickly to respond.
We began testing the fix on Monday morning and applied the changes to our production environment Tuesday afternoon. We have verified that the exploitable bug has been fixed.
The servers impacted by Heartbleed do not store user information, and since we were able to close the gap quickly, it is unlikely that this had a security impact on our users.
To be extra vigilant, this is a good time to choose a strong new password for your account and remember to change it often! We’ve made it a priority to take all the steps necessary to keep your data secure.
To update your account information, including your password, you can follow these steps:
- Log in and access your organization’s dashboard at www.volunteermatch.org/post
- Click ‘Manage Personal Account’ on the left side of page.
- Choose ‘Edit Personal Profile.’
- Make any desired changes and click ‘Continue.’
If you also change your email address, please make sure to check your inbox for a request to verify your new email address.
Don’t worry, we’re taking care of you and your information, but you can help out by changing your password often!