OpenTable Implements Security Patch for the Heartbleed Bug

The so-called Heartbleed Internet bug has been making headlines this week and prompting a wave of increased security measures at online companies around the world, including OpenTable. We do not have any evidence that any of our systems were compromised; however, we have taken preemptive action to secure the OpenTable authentication infrastructure — and your personal information — against Heartbleed.

Our engineering team monitors our systems around the clock to maintain the integrity of our site to protect both diners and restaurants. However, when the OpenSSL project issued a Security Advisory that detailed a serious vulnerability in the encryption software in use by a large percentage of the internet (including OpenTable), we immediately implemented a security patch.

As an additional cautionary measure, we recommend that all diners reset their OpenTable passwords. Our engineering team will continue its mission to protect our diners and restaurant customers from this and any future threats.

Click here now to change your password.​​

Joseph Essas is the Chief Technology Officer at OpenTable.

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