Just received this notification this morning from Drivepop.com. Aside from courtesy being spelled incorrectly, it's a big vague as to just exactly what Heartbleed, the severity, etc.
A curtosy notice about the Heartbleed virus and how it affects your DrivePop account.
A significant flaw named the “Heartbleed Bug” has been discovered and poses a large security threat to the internet as a whole. The Heartbleed bug is present in the software library OpenSSL which is used by many websites to privately send data to and from an internet server.
The DrivePop website, Livedrive subdomain servers, and the drivepop.com & livedrive.com SSL certificate end points were not vulnerable to the Heartbleed bug when it was publicly disclosed on April 7th 2014.
Any secure communication with our servers, such as logging into the members area, would not be affected by any attacks following the public disclosure of the Heartbleed bug.
The Heartbleed bug has had a profound impact on the transmission of secure data throughout the Internet. It is for that reason that we are encouraging our customers to reset their member area passwords at their earliest convenience as a matter of common password maintenance. Please remember to always make your passwords unique, random, and periodically rotate them. We also encourage you to change your password, on any others that you use, as many services throughout the world have been affected.