By now you’ve probably heard about the Heartbleed Bug—a serious security vulnerability discovered in the encryption software (OpenSSL) that encrypts most of the Internet traffic for a wide range of websites, including SCORM Cloud.
Once we learned of the bug, we immediately took the necessary steps to protect SCORM Cloud against this vulnerability. We have implemented the fix for OpenSSL and reissued our SSL certificates, as an additional precautionary measure. As a result, SCORM Cloud is no longer vulnerable to this bug.
There is no evidence that SCORM Cloud credentials have been compromised, however we recommend taking the following steps, just to be safe.
If you are using App IDs (with either the Cloud API or a prebuilt integration like WordPress or Sakai), you might also want to reset the secret keys for each App ID as an additional step
If you have any questions or concerns, feel free to ask us.
-Your friends at SCORM Cloud