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Paragon Not Susceptible to “Heartbleed” Vulnerability


It has recently come to light that an online security vulnerability known as “Heartbleed” could have exposed the personal information and passwords associated with many major websites. We have tested our systems, and the usernames and passwords used at our websites were NOT affected by “Heartbleed” in any way.

If you would like to increase the security of your accounts, we have a two-step verification process available. By downloading a free security token to your smartphone, you will receive a unique pass code every time you wish to sign in to your Paragon account. This is used in conjuction with your current password adding another layer of security to your account. For more information about security tokens visit: https://bankparagon.com/online/howto/securitytoken

To learn more about “Heartbleed” and how it may have affected you, visit: http://www.cnn.com/2014/04/08/tech/web/heartbleed-openssl/

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