As many of you already know, earlier last week a vulnerability with the OpenSSL cryptographic software library, used by websites to handle SSL and HTTPS, was publicly disclosed, referred by the media as the “Heartbleed Bug”. It was a major concern because it is used by most websites on the internet and it could allow normally encrypted web communications to be intercepted. Like a lot of internet services, Snapzu was affected.
We have since successfully implemented a patch and we recommend that you change your password(just in case). We apologize for any inconvenience this may have caused you.
We’ll be continuing to investigate as needed and provide you with any necessary updates.