Brosix was not one of the companies impacted by this bug, as none of our systems use OpenSSL. Therefore, these systems are immune to this vulnerability, subsequently keeping all of our customers and their data 100 percent safe and secure.
For many people, the Heartbleed bug meant that they had to take some sort of action to ensure that their information was not compromised. Brosix users are not required to take any action related to this OpenSSL vulnerability.
Brosix CEO Stefan Chekanov is glad that his company’s enterprise instant messaging application was not part of this:
“Over the years, nothing has been more important to our team at Brosix than security. We do whatever it takes, day in and day out, to ensure that all of our users and their information are safe at all times. This means keeping an eye out for any potential vulnerabilities, and making regular updates to ensure that nothing like this ever happens.”
It is not the fault of those who were impacted by Heartbleed, but this does not change the fact that this has led to a very challenging situation for many.
“We take the trust that our customers place in us very seriously, and continually strive to provide the highest level of security, no matter what it takes,” added Chekanov.
The Heartbleed bug caused trouble for many companies and individuals throughout the world, but Brosix was not impacted in any way, shape, or form.
To learn more about Brosix, including what their instant messaging program has to offer in terms of security, please http://www.brosix.com/?
Brosix offers all-in-one instant messaging incorporating audio and video calls, sending screenshots, co-browsing, whiteboard and desktop sharing technology to provide an easy-to-use online meeting solution for high-quality online business collaboration. Used by more than 100,000 registered users, Brosix customers consist primarily of small- to medium-sized businesses. At present, more than 10,000 corporate customers in over 70 countries worldwide are using the Brosix private instant messaging networks and benefiting from significantly reduced travel time and travel expenses. Launched in 2006, Brosix is continuing to provide great enterprise instant messaging software to thousands of users around the world.