The most important security-related topic this week is definitely the discovery of the Heartbleed Bug, which leverages a serious flaw in OpenSSL library, allowing remote attackers to read arbitrary chunks of memory from affected systems. Although it seems that only servers using OpenSSL are affected, OpenVPN guys were quick to provide patched versions of the cryptographic library thus eliminating the possibility of introducing the bug in their client software. Today we have released the new tunXten version, which includes the latest updates. All users are strongly advised to follow the upgrade procedure, either by downloading and running the installer or by manually forcing tunXten to check and apply the updates.