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Problems accessing Sky Go and NOW TV | 18 April 2014

 

Sky Go, NOW TV and Sky Movies apps are back up and running on iOS devices.  We are really sorry for any inconvenience caused by the service outage.  To fix the bug we have introduced an app update that is available through the App Store now.

At present we have a known issue with iPad 1 and other devices running IOS 5.  These devices will not be able to download the new version of the app, which includes the fix for the video playback error for all other IOS devices and OS versions.

We are working to resolve this in a future release.


Last updated 17:50

  

 

A message about the ‘Heartbleed’ bug | 11 April 2014

You may be aware of recent media coverage about an internet bug called ‘Heartbleed’. This is a bug that can affect the security of websites which use OpenSSL, a piece of software that is used to protect confidential information. Approximately 60% of the world’s websites feature this software.

The trust our customers have in Sky to keep their personal data secure is something that is hugely important to us. We have tested the security of all our customer-facing websites to make sure that our customers’ details are safe. We can confirm that no security issues have been identified and we will continue to monitor the situation closely.

We have also been working to ensure that Sky Yahoo Email accounts are secure, and Yahoo have taken steps to enhance the security of the service. Our advice is that it is good practice to regularly change your passwords and Sky Yahoo email users can do this quickly and easily at sky.com/reset

 

Last updated: 10:00

  

 

Exchange outage in the Scunthorpe area  | 10 April 2014


We're aware that customers on the following exchanges: Barnby Dun (SLBTD), Epworth (SLEP) and Haxley (SLHX) were experiencing a loss of broadband and talk services.  We're pleased to confirm the issue has now been resolved.

   

Last updated: 20:50