I'm sure some of you have read about the recently discovered 'heart bleed' vulnerability found in the OpenSSL protocol that exposes potentially all secured data that passes through an exposed server.
There is a site checker available here.. Heartbleed Checker
Unfortunately, singletrack is vulnerable and will remain so until the server is patched and a new certificate is issued.
While this may not seem all that important for those of us that simply log in to post nonsense on the forum, anyone with a subscription has potentially exposed private information.
It is recommended by the security experts that you not use the sites affected until they are patched and re-certified. There is no real point in changing passwords until the server is patched as any new password would be immediately exposed.
If you are interested in reading more there is information available here.. Heartbleed Bug
Mod Edit: You can read our response here http://singletrackworld.com/forum/topic/important-info-about-your-st-account-please-read