The "Heartbleed" Bug
Update: April 11, 2014 at 4:30 p.m.
This week, a problem with OpenSSL was identified, and the media quickly coined the term the "Heartbleed" bug.
Langley has been studying the issues surrounding this discovery, and has taken action to make sure your accounts are safe. We've tested our online systems, and we're pleased to report that all of them have gotten the green light. Our review included L@ngley Link desktop and mobile, Desktop Deposit, Bill Pay, eStatements, and others.
We can confidently conclude your accounts are safe from the Heartbleed bug. While we are not requiring members to change their L@ngley Link passwords, security experts recommend it to further insure your account security.
Langley will continue monitoring the latest reports, and take appropriate steps if and when new details emerge. The security and safety of your information is of the utmost importance to us.
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- LFCU will never send you a text message directing you to call a phone number to "verify" your personal or account information or any transaction.
- LFCU staff members will never ask for your password or PIN number to any service.
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