IMPORTANT SECURITY NOTICE REGARDING ARTIZANS.COM PASSWORDS
You've likely already heard about the Heartbleed Bug, a serious vulnerability in the popular open-source (OpenSSL) software used to encrypt Web communications. Heartbleed undoes this encryption and can reveal the contents of a server's memory, which is where a website's most sensitive user data is stored.
At Artizans, credit card information has always been stored using strong, non-SSL encryption. Credit cards used on our site remain fully secure.
The Heartbleed vulnerability has been around for over two years and for nearly all of that time Artizans hosted its own servers and was fully secure. Since early March however, we have operated from cloud servers and it's possible (although unlikely) that password data entered between March 9, 2014 and April 9, 2014 was compromised.
For this reason we recommend anyone who used our website between those dates consider changing their password, using the My Account link at the top of each web page.
We have acted promptly to patch this OpenSSL problem and it is now safe for you to update your Artizans.com passwords.
Further information about the Heartbleed Bug can be found at Heartbleed.com . Thank you for your time.