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3.5.2014
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Autodesk fix for the Heartbleed vulnerability

Heartbleed Autodesk has released a series of hotfixes for the latest "Heartbleed" security problem revealed in the OpenSSL cryptography library (CVE-2014-0160).

These hotfixes are advertised through the new component included in the 2015-releases of Autodesk products - the "Application Manager". Your Application Manager window should display something like this these days - just click the Install button:

App Manager

You can also download the latest heartbleed patches and updates for the AutoCAD-2015 family, for Revit 2015, Inventor 2015 and 3ds Max 2015 on our Download page.

As you can see, the heartbleed security fix is included in Revit 2015 Update 2 and in 3ds Max 2015 SP1. The heartbleed fix is also included in the automatically updated "Autodesk 360" cloud component.

Make your CAD application more secure.

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