As reported in the news this week, a bug nick-named heartbleed* was reported in OpenSSL, the open source cryptographic library used by websites around the world to protect users information being transmitted over the internet.
Like many other teams, we took immediate action to patch the vulnerability in our infrastructure.
Kaywa is no longer vulnerable.
Though we have no evidence of malicious behavior, we've taken the extra precaution of logging you out of Kaywa on the web and mobile.
We encourage you to change your password not only on Kaywa, but everywhere, as 66% of all internet services worldwide have been affected.
Before changing your password, make sure that the vulnerability has been patched by your other service providers.
If you have any questions or concerns, please email to email@example.com.
Marketing people tend to forget that by now a lot of people have seen QR Codes, but...
1) they wouldn't know that they are called "QR Codes" and
2) they wouldn't know how to search an app that scans them.
To make this a bit less difficult for the common people, we suggest to add some information around the QR Code. Like Design QR Codes, this increases scan rates significantly.
On the page Around the QR Code you find some suggestions. You are welcome to download the EPS files for your own campaigns.