Security Bulletin: Heartbleed Notifications - IBM Algo One Managed Data Service on Cloud Notification (CVE-2014-0160)
OpenSSL Heartbleed Vulnerability - April 2014
The Heartbleed bug is a worldwide security vulnerability affecting services with SSL/TLS encryption using the OpenSSL library. We have reviewed all the systems hosting IBM Algo One Managed Data Service on Cloud (MDSoC) and would like to update you on the following actions that have been taken:
- All affected MDSoC systems have been patched.
Steps you should take:
- No actions are required from you at this time, as the server hosting the customer-facing MDSoC portal was not affected by the vulnerability.
Additional information regarding this vulnerability can be found at the following links:
- CVEID: CVE-2014-0160
- X-Force: http://xforce.iss.net/xforce/xfdb/92322
- IBM Product Security Incident Response Blog
IBM appreciates your cooperation regarding this matter. Should you have any further questions, please contact MDSoC Support at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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Algo One Managed Data Services on Cloud
Software version: Version Independent
Operating system(s): Platform Independent
Reference #: 1670257
Modified date: 18 July 2014