By now you’ve probably heard of the creatively-named “Heartbleed” bug. Heartbleed, which has its own slick logo courtesy of the organization that discovered the bug, is a flaw in certain versions of SSL (the encryption protocal used by most websites worldwide to protect information like passwords and account names). Disturbingly, the bug has been present for over two years, though it only recently came to light. There’s a good chance your business has either been vulnerable itself, or has transmitted information to a vulnerable third party site within the past two years. Here’s a helpful (but non-exhaustive) list of affected sites.