Cloudflare, a service that helps optimize the security and performance of more than 5.5 million websites, warned customers today that a recently fixed software bug exposed a range of sensitive information that could have included passwords and cookies and tokens used to authenticate users.
#How does this effect Citra?
Citra leverages Cloudflare’s CDN. There was potential for tokens or credentials to be compromised that you have entered. Tokens do not contain your username or password.
This issue has already been resolved. There may be action you need to take below.
For Google and Github login users: no action is needed.
Both Google and Github have reset all third-party tokens. You may be prompted to connect your account again when you login to our forums.
For users that use our plain username and password logins, we recommend you change your password.