Sure it is, also when it's digital!
[GENERIC UPDATE ON INTERNET SAFETY]
Summing in short this recently discovered (but since long existing) Heartbleed bug: data packets flowing on the nework, that are encrypted by some versions of a very commonly used software solution (that is OpenSSL) are not all that safe it should be, and with specialized effort hackers can decrypt them without risk of getting discovered.
DeviantArt stated in an update journal that it is not affected by the Heartbleed bug, at least on the server side. However, it is still quite a widespread problem, with many online services and networking devices in question, this includes Google and Facebook too, as well as routers made by Cisco and Jupiter.
The video and the linked sites tell it all in more detail:
Here is a list of websites that were possibly affected:
And the devices that are known to be affected, and how, and what to do:
Another good reason why you should change your passwords regularly and frequently.
Plus, this is still relevant, you can apply as group admin there!