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FileMaker just released a patch to address the Heartbleed security flaw

By April 11, 2014FileMaker, Security

We thought everyone should know that Filemaker Inc. has just released a patch to address the Heartbleed security flaw which exploits a vulnerability in OpenSSL.

Everyone using FileMaker server should update as soon as feasible.

Gizmodo has a great post about the technical side of the security flaw here.

You can find more about FileMaker’s manual patch here.

Author Court Bowman

Court Bowman has been working with in the IT field his whole life, working as a network engineer, database developer in Oracle and Progress and as a IT director for several firms. He has been working with FileMaker Pro since version 2 and has been a reoccurring speaker at the FileMaker developer conference. Apart from his expertise in FileMaker Pro he has experience in system architecture and design, data modeling and database architecture. He also has years of experience as a process and workflow consultant and has helped with the design and deployment of hundreds of systems in FileMaker and on the web.

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