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The Heartbleed Bug – iCONN Status Report
A service of the Connecticut State Library in partnership with your local library.

Intro

Information about the Heartbleed Bug is available here.

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"All servers maintained by A-G are not vulnerable because all our web based applications use IIS (Microsoft's web server) which does not use any form of OpenSSL to implement SSL/TLS encryption. Your data and your patrons data is safe and secure from the Heartbleed bug."

EBSCO

"We are fully aware of this issue and are ensuring that all our systems are patched appropriately. A large percentage of our systems were not affected by this problem and our network infrastructure provided additional protection from this vulnerability. We do not anticipate any problems related to this bug.

ProQuest

"We have reviewed our technology globally and taken immediate measures to patch any vulnerabilities in our environment. There is no evidence of any unauthorized access; however, we encourage you to change your account password to any ProQuest service, especially if you use the same password across multiple websites."

Recorded Books (OneClickdigital)

Is Recorded Books in general, and OneClickdigital in particular, secured against the Heartbleed OpenSSL threat? "Yes. 100%."

iCONN.org Site Map Pages (http://www.cslib.org/iconnsitemap/staff/SiteIndex.aspx)

These pages run on a Microsoft Windows Server that does not use OpenSSL and therefore is not vulnerable to the Heartbleed Bug.


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