The Heartbleed bug affected a number of popular websites and digital services causing experts to call it one of the biggest Internet security threats ever. Heartbleed is an encryption flaw that affects software called OpenSSL (the “s” in “https” in URLs). This security bug puts your account information on sites like Gmail, Facebook, Netflix, etc, at risk. Thankfully there is no indication that hackers have exploited this flaw, but companies are making servers more secure just in case. Most companies have updated or changed their servers to avoid any issues; however, it’s best if you change your passwords to make sure your information is secure.