Heartbleed Bug: What Members of the U-M Community Need to Know
About Heartbleed and What U-M Did
The Heartbleed bug is a serious security flaw that allows an attacker to capture usernames, passwords, and other information. A patch to protect websites and servers against the bug was made available April 7, 2014. The university IT community immediately began to identify systems that were vulnerable to the Heartbleed bug and patch them. U-M’s core and critical services are patched and protected from the Heartbleed bug.
What You Need to Do
If you need help, call the ITS Service Center.
For your personal accounts, we also recommend that you
Timeline for UMICH Password Change Emails
To minimize disruption, messages were sent to members of the U-M community over a period of several weeks. The messages advised that you change your UMICH password if your password had not been changed since before April 11, 2014.