Elizabeth Falcón, Quality Assurance Architect
We know you put your trust in Haiku Learning to have your information readily available and to protect it from prying eyes. Our commitment to safeguarding your information is, and has always been, our top priority. We've had the option of using SSL connections to Haiku Learning since we launched in 2006. Six months ago we made the move to require SSL on all connections to Haiku Learning. We've worked with schools through security audits to implement changes that make our platform more secure. And we have a Security Officer whose job is to track security vulnerabilities and ensure we react appropriately.
We are pleased to report that Haiku Learning was largely unaffected by the Heartbleed crisis.
Heartbleed’s Impact on Haiku Learning
- Haiku Learning had no public-facing servers utilizing the vulnerable version of OpenSSL.
- The only Haiku Learning server that had the vulnerable version of OpenSSL was not accessible to the public. This server is used for internal purposes and all updates were completed on April 9, 2014.
- As an additional precaution, Haiku Learning is updating its security certificates, though this has been deemed unnecessary by our internal review.
What You Should Do as a Haiku Learning User
It is not necessary to change your Haiku Learning password. However, if you use the same username and password elsewhere, you may want to consider changing your Haiku Learning password.
If you have any questions or concerns, please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.