If you don’t live behind the moon you probably heard already about the Heartbleed bug in openssl. This bug is so critical for the security of the internet that it even gets his own domain, logo and marketing campaign.
Here you can test if your server is affected: http://filippo.io/Heartbleed/
Unfortunately VersionEye was affected as well. We don’t have any reason to believe that we have been compromised! But we exchanged anyway all secrets and revoked all tokens from GitHub and Bitbucket.
What does that mean for you? If you signed up at VersionEye with your GitHub or Bitbucket account you have to grand VersionEye access again to your GitHub/Bitbucket account. Just use one of the social media login buttons on this page:
If you are currently signed in at VersionEye you can re-connect your GitHub/Bitbucket account here:
If you signed up with your email address please use the “password reset” function, because we reset all passwords in our database to some random values.
I’m really sorry for this inconvenience. But safe is safe!
You can believe me that my heart was bleeding than I was clicking the “Revoke all user tokens” button at GitHub
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