Bad news. A major vulnerability, known as “Heartbleed,” has been disclosed for the technology that powers encryption across the majority of the internet. That includes Tumblr.
We have no evidence of any breach and, like most networks, our team took immediate action to fix the issue.
But this still means that the little lock icon (HTTPS) we all trusted to keep our passwords, personal emails, and credit cards safe, was actually making all that private information accessible to anyone who knew about the exploit.
This might be a good day to call in sick and take some time to change your passwords everywhere—especially your high-security services like email, file storage, and banking, which may have been compromised by this bug.
You’ll be hearing more in the news over the coming days. Take care.
I just learned this in my security class. Please take note to change your passwords.
The options to show captions is already available on all of my themes.
Just look for this theme option in the customization window and activate it.
We’re up to 170 million blogs. Whatever, nbd. But the bigger we get, the more government requests for account data we receive. And since there may be a day when it’s your information they want, it’s important you know what they’re asking for.
Starting today, we’ll be publishing a biannual Transparency Report detailing the number of requests we get from different sources, why we receive those requests, and how we respond to them.
If the report is TL;DR, here’s the upshot: Tumblr received a total of 462 requests for user data in 2013, and responded with account data (e.g., email and IP address) 76% of the time. A small subset of those responses also included content of blog posts (e.g., text, audio, images, or video).
The remaining requests (24%) were illegal, vague, or inaccurate—so we refused to provide any data at all.
Striking the right balance between privacy and legal responsibilities is no small task, but we hope this report demonstrates our ongoing commitment to this community.
It happens my dear. While I do kindly appreciate letting me know that I did use the wrong word, it is of no need to get so frustrated over a simple mix-up. It never crossed my mind, seeing as I had far more important thoughts going on at the time, and of course to mention that humans do indeed make mistakes. Something that is well known to sensible-minded individuals. Which is why we have to look out for each other, which you did (again I thank you), but you did so in the not-so-most….logical way.
Minds. They race, and sometimes the wrong word is typed without realizing the mistake. Please pardon it, It has been changed in hopes you feel better. I would give you a hug as I feel you need one.
I do hope you have calmed yourself. I concern for your health.
I hope you have a lovely afternoon.
Notte Theme’s Base Code #1
I decided that a base code was needed for the great amount of support that this theme blog was given.
No credit is needed, though one is appreciated. This was created to be edited, nothave a credit button slapped on and say you’re done.
I made this as a basic based on what I felt a tumblr theme will most likely have. If you need any help in understanding how to edit please use tumblr’s official guide here.
I would also love to see your edited versions of this theme, so please feel free to submit to me what you have done to this base code. I will display all the versions of this code that I find remarkable on the page linked below.
Like, reblogs, and follows appreciated.
It’s certainly fine, thank you so much for this message. This is very kind of you.
Tutti Page Theme
This is mainly for your tags. It’s a small box on your screen, but if your screen is short and won’t display the entire box, it will scroll so no need to worry about that.
All elements are commented accordingly in hopes that you can find your way around. Feedback is surely appreciated with any page themes.
Image has a default width of 350 and a height of 240.
Like or reblog if you use please!