Warren FCU says Customers are safe from "Heartbleed Bug"

By: Kyle Markley Email
By: Kyle Markley Email

Cheyenne, WY (KGWN) - Last week many found out about a new computer virus.
It’s called the “Heartbleed bug” and it’s and effecting millions of web sites.
Warren Federal Credit Union has over 20,000 members that use its online banking platform, but they are assuring their customers that their personal information is safe.
Warren FCU says it has tested for the bug to ensure that its online data was safe, but anyone who banks online can do their part to reduce the risk of getting their personal information stolen.
"It is good practice to change your passwords every four to six months. It's just good practice, but as far as security wise, Warren's just safe and honestly we've noticed that a lot of financial institutions are safe from this bug as well," said Steve Salazar, Chief Marketing Officer with Warren FCU.

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