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Posted by David Zabowski on April 10, 2014 • ... comments

Security is a top priority at Disqus. The recently publicized SSL encryption vulnerability known as Heartbleed is not a matter that we take lightly. When Heartbleed was announced, our team immediately took action to correct the problem and protect your data. As a result, Disqus is no longer affected by the Heartbleed bug.

To further protect yourself, we recommend that you reset your Disqus password immediately. To do so, please use our password reset form.

For further information about the Heartbleed problem, go to Heartbleed.

If you have any questions about how we protect your data at Disqus, please don’t hesitate to visit the Disqus Support page.

The Disqus Team

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