Month: April 2014


PCB Care

By Dave Haygarth   April 30, 2014  
Since 1986 PCB have led the specialist social care, child care, social work and home care recruitment sectors. Their FXRecruiter website also encompasses the sub-brand and uses FXRecruiter's Mobile Edition for handheld devices. Job posting by an integration with Broadbean.

Heartbleed – which passwords to change

By Andy Ralph   April 14, 2014  
It's a sign of the times when a major security vulnerability gets its own logo almost instantly. It's like a new celebrity has hit the scene and we all somehow get to see this 'brand' - albeit a sinister one - appearing left, right, and centre. But the 'noise' around it seems to add to the confusion. Lots of people are offering advice on which passwords you should change following the Hartbleed vulnerability reported by my colleague Andy Ralph last week (no vulnerabilities on our servers, we hasten to add). It's important that you understand you don't need to change all passwords but it is healthy to do that regularly anyway Here's a mini roundup in no particular orderMashable: The Heartbleed Hit List: The Passwords You Need to Change Right Now (my fave!) Time: Heartbleed Bug: Here Are the Passwords You Should Change Telegraph: Heartbleed bug: which passwords should you change?... and whilst I'm at it, here's some good advice on choosing decent passwords - it's important!    

Security: OpenSSL “Heartbleed vulnerability”

By Andy Ralph   April 10, 2014  
There has been a lot of coverage online and in the news on the "Heartbleed" vulnerability in the popular OpenSSL software. We would like to assure customers that we take security extremely seriously and that all websites are patched against this issue.  We have also been monitoring the servers and have not detected any compromise of security on any site so no action will be needed on your part. The issue is relevant for sites with a secure server certificate that are available via HTTPS such as online shopping sites and some email and chat servers are also affected.  For your peace of mind, you can test whether your site is vulnerable using the Heartbleed checking tool at You can read a comprehensive FAQ on the Heartbleed vulnerability at  If you do have any specific questions, our support team will be happy to help at