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OpenSSL Heartbleed Bug? Silentel is 100% secure

There’re lot of news in the past few days about serious security bug in OpenSSL, commonly known as the “Heartbleed bug”.

2014-04-11T14:00:00+02:00

There’re lot of news in the past few days about serious security bug in OpenSSL, commonly known as the “Heartbleed bug”. The vulnerability occurs in implementation of TSL/DTLS protocol (RFC6520) that provides communication security and privacy over the Internet for applications such as web, email, instant messaging (IM) and some virtual private networks (VPNs). OpenSSL is popular cryptographic library used by many providers what cause that milions of users were affected. Without using any privileged information or credentials it was possible to steal user names and passwords, instant messages, emails and business critical documents and communication.

Keeping your communication protected is our top concern and we can assure you that Silentel is not compromised and all Silentel users are 100% secure.

We always advise our customers to be cautious and aware of the security of their sensitive information. This case should even more encourage everyone to use Silentel in maximum possible way instead of using any other “secure” solutions.

Silentel technology is the serious choice for any user who wants to protect and secure his voice calls, messages, chats, sensitive documents, photos or any files against unauthorized usage.

More information about Heartbleed bug.

If you have any questions, please feel free to contact us.

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