As of this moment the pinitto.me proxy code now protects users from the TLS BEAST attack.
What does this mean? Well as an every day user you won’t notice any difference but a BEAST attack is a way that a third party can decypt the secure connection between pinitto.me’s servers and your browser.
We use a wrapper around nodejitsu’s node-http-proxy module in order to serve requests to the actual pinitto.me node.js application, with the code being available on github: pinitto.me proxy code.
If you are interested in finding more out about the updated code and the fix please see lead developer Lloyd Watkin’s post on the fix: Protect nodejs from TLS BEAST attack.