LionLock not effected by Heartbleed bug
Recently, a vulnerability called “Heartbleed” that affects the common OpenSSL software was discovered. After review, LionLock has determined that none of its products or services offered to customers are affected.
Our software is built on top of Microsoft operating systems, which uses different SSL software than OpenSSL.
While our product is not affected, it is estimated that over 60% of the web uses OpenSSL, so a good portion of the web may be vulnerable. We strongly encourage customers to try and avoid connecting to vulnerable sites until the service notifies you of a fix to the problem.
For more information on the Heartbleed Security bug means for you and what you can do about it, check out this article on Lifehacker.com.