1. masterful's Avatar
    Anyone have any idea if any other mdm vendors are having issues with heartbleed? For example Good tech

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    04-10-14 09:26 PM
  2. Bla1ze's Avatar
    All of them, essentially lol. Like I said in the comments on the post, everyone has to update now matter what. Take for example MassS360.

    Heartbleed Stemmed for MaaS360 Customers <-- They go out of their way to say they're not using the affected OpenSSL version but they never say if they updated to a non-affected version or were ever running it.

    Mobile Iron issued a statement as well, all deployed versions are unaffected but the BYOD portal MAY have been affected.

    Is other mdm affected with heartbleed?-screen-shot-2014-04-10-11.47.20-pm.png

    Airwatch remains on the unaffected list but several services surrounding it from VMWare are affected - http://kb.vmware.com/selfservice/mic...rnalId=2076225
    04-10-14 09:38 PM
  3. crackbrry fan's Avatar
    What's worse they say a patch on the open SSL isn't enough.http://blog.agilebits.com/

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    04-10-14 09:48 PM
  4. Bla1ze's Avatar
    What's worse they say a patch on SSL isn't enough. Agile Blog | News about 1Password and Knox

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    It's not and sadly, this is going to be an ongoing thing. Point blank, this caught a lot of people with their pants down and its no real fault of their own. It was totally unexpected and no one with a website, app or service or anything that touches the internet is 'safe' from it. There will be no shall we say finger pointing here from companies attacking each other with saying 'Well, our services were protected' because really, mostly EVERYONE has to update in some way. Unless of course they want to look like idiots, then they'll use it lol.
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    04-10-14 09:54 PM
  5. crackbrry fan's Avatar
    It's not and sadly, this is going to be an ongoing thing. Point blank, this caught a lot of people with their pants down and its no real fault of their own. It was totally unexpected and no one with a website, app or service or anything that touches the internet is 'safe' from it. There will be no shall we say finger pointing here from companies attacking each other with saying 'Well, our services were protected' because really, mostly EVERYONE has to update. Unless of course they want to look like idiots.
    Yes but it's said its been around for two years, one would think that they would have brought this to light sooner.

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    04-10-14 09:58 PM
  6. masterful's Avatar
    So is black berry mdm in the mud? I'm so confused with all the articles flying around

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    04-11-14 06:49 AM
  7. crackbrry fan's Avatar
    So is black berry mdm in the mud? I'm so confused with all the articles flying around

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    No it is not.

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    04-11-14 07:46 AM

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