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Information regarding the Heartbleed OpenSSL vulnerability

Samco Software Inc. became aware of the Heartbleed OpenSSL vulnerability on Monday, April 7, 2014.  Our team confirmed which of our offerings may be vulnerable.  

By, Wednesday, April 9, 2014, fixes had been made for all Samco Software products using OpenSSL including:

  • Kerio Control
  • Kerio Connect
  • eSamco websites

Samco Software Partners with Mercury Payment Processors for Credit/Debit Card Processing for our applications:

  • Samco Point of Sale
  • Samco Billing (Order Entry, Retail Entry and Rental System)
  • eSamco (E-Commerce sites)

We are pleased to announce that Mercury released the following statement:

Mercury became aware of the Heartbleed OpenSSL vulnerability on Monday, 4/7/2014.

We have confirmed that Mercury’s customer-facing and transaction processing systems are not affected by the Heartbleed vulnerability.

Mercury is diligently performing additional analysis to verify that no exposure of Mercury or customer data has occurred.

We additionally recommend that you consult with your security practitioner and other partners and suppliers in regards to non-Mercury services you rely on.


For more information regarding the vulnerability you can visit www.heartbleed.com

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