Citrix's Response to Heartbleed

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SSL Security Update:  Heartbleed bug

 

This week a vulnerability was disclosed in OpenSSL
(CVE-2014-0160), a technology widely used to power encryption across much of
the Internet. The vulnerability, referred to as the Heartbleed bug, could result in remote
attackers being able to obtain sensitive data.  


 

What is Citrix doing?

 

Citrix has been actively analyzing the impact of this issue on
currently supported products. At this time, we have determined current
versions of GoToAssist, GoToMeeting, GoToTraining, GoToWebinar,GoToMyPC, OpenVoice, Podio
and ShareFile as well as our Citrix Labs products (GoToMeet.me, Convoi, Talkboard, Hu.tt) are not
vulnerable. Assessment will continue and our monitoring always continues 24/7.


 

Analysis of other Citrix products is in progress, details on these
will be posted to our community and status sites as soon as they are available.


 

What Can You Do?

 

Besides Citrix products, we know you trust and rely on many web
services both for work and personal use. With so much flux in the Internet
right now, we recommend you consider updating passwords and checking to make
sure you are using the latest version of products. You can find the latest
versions of Citrix products here


 

Thanks for choosing Citrix and please continue to use our products
with confidence. If you have questions do not hesitate to contact our
support team: www.support.citrixonline.com

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Hi Justin, is there a way to force a reset of all passwords that sends an email to all account users notifying them that they must change their passwords and/or forces them to change their passwords upon their next login?