VPN Client Security Update Alert

Update Alert

UPDATE ALERT!
The OpenSSL project has recently announced a security vulnerability in OpenSSL affecting versions 1.0.1 and 1.0.2 (CVE-2014-0160). For more information about this vulnerability, please visit: The Heartbleed Bug: http://heartbleed.com

Customers that are running OpenVPN client could be affected by this issue and should upgrade to a fixed version as soon as possible.

Here are the details:

1. OpenVPN Community for Windows
It has been updated to version 2.3.2 I004. Here is a link to the official OpenVPN I004 client: http://openvpn.net/index.php/download/community-downloads.html

2. Tunnelblick for Mac OSX
The new client can be downloaded here: https://code.google.com/p/tunnelblick/wiki/DownloadsEntry?tm=2

3. Viscosity for Windows and Mac OSX
Version 1.4.8 of Viscosity for both Mac and Windows is now available. The 1.4.8 update can be automatically installed from inside Viscosity, or
downloaded from http://www.sparklabs.com/viscosity download and manually installed.

4. OpenVPN Connect for Windows and Mac OSX
The development of the updated client is ongoing. As soon as the updated client is available, we will send you an email and you can download it from
our OpenVPN Access Servers

5. OpenVPN Connect for Android and iOS
The development of the new client is ongoing. You will get a notification on your devices as soon as the developer (OpenVPN.net) release an update
for your apps.

6. OpenVPN for Linux/BSD
You can update your version of OpenSSL to current, as it is installed separately as a dependency.

Please note that our network is not vulnerable and all servers are using the latest OpenSSL version 1.0.1g. If you have any questions please use our Support Page or simply leave a comment.

About Dan Johnson

Dan has been involved with computers in the early 1990s with a 2400 baud dialup modem. Since then, he has been working on various internet projects for over a decade and makes a conscience effort to inform others about staying safe on the internet. Currently he works with IronSocket and some other online side projects, when not hiking through the pine forests around his house.