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As you may be aware, a recent security vulnerability known as “Heartbleed” was discovered that has the potential to expose information from a large number of servers on the Internet.  We want to assure you that ProQuest is always taking measures to guarantee that your private information stays that way.
 
We have reviewed our technology globally and taken immediate measures to patch any vulnerabilities in our environment. There is no evidence of any unauthorized access; however, we encourage you to change your account password to any ProQuest service, especially if you use the same password across multiple websites.
 
To reset your password in the ProQuest system, click on My Research, then click on the Account tab to change your password.
 
Regards,
ProQuest

14 Apr 2014

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