Yesterday, the whole internet was talking about heartbleed, a nasty bug in OpenSSL. This bug allows an attacker to remotely steal information, including the private key being used, from the memory of your server without leaving a trace.
Users of the Hiawatha webserver can relax, you are all safe. Thanks to PolarSSL. The bug in OpenSSL was introduced in March 2012 and Hiawatha switched to PolarSSL in january 2012. So, although a bit of luck is involved, Hiawatha didn't let you down when it comes to security. Once again.