Be careful about resetting passwords if the OpenSSL patch hasn't been released to that website.
If you do, and it is still vulnerable to Heartbleed, it could make it easier for potential hackers to get your password, as the Heartbleed vulnerability is to do with what servers cache in their memory. If the website hasn't been patched and you reset your password, it could potentially be worse than just leaving it.
Of course, sites that have been patched (like FPN) are fine to change your password on, and it's probably a very good idea to do so.
Hope that helps anyone
Thanks for responding. You answered the specific question I couldn't find online, before I did the resets.
That said, announcement to all the evil hackers who now have my Everything. ; ) I lead such a boring life, with no funds to steal, they've wasted their wasteful time on me.. lol Besides, I don't do banking online, (hmm... now why wouldn't I trust that??? most things are on auto-pay. So unless they tap my brick and mortar bank, should be ok.
The one thing the Did get was valuable time yesterday. My taxes would be ready, set, go. (need a scowl y face emotie).
Yay, good practices Wim! Thanks to both.