The CodeSherpas team has been assessing the impact for our clients regarding the April 7th disclosure of CVE-2014-0160, known colloquially as Heartbleed. We conducted a comprehensive security review in response to this critical vulnerability in OpenSSL's handling of heartbeat packets.
We're pleased to report that none of our client production server environments were affected. We've deliberately chosen a platform with more stringent criteria for accepting software changes into the operating system, and as a result none of our servers were secured with a version of OpenSSL that suffered from this vulnerability. This means that at no time were your applications, data, or credentials vulnerable to this particular attack.