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Heartbleed, is AOL fixed?

Has AOL handled the heartbleed situ?

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Hi there: 

AOL is well aware of the Heartbleed bug and we can assure you that none of our properties have been impacted. That being said, if you are concerned any of your website accounts might have been compromised, a password reset is the best protection. AOL is dedicated to protecting our users' data and ensuring a secure user environment.

Thank you.

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