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2014 United Way Thank You Message is Ready!
Posted by Nicole F on 18 December 2014 03:24 PM

Thank your supporters with this message created by United Way Worldwide.

Step 1: Submit a support ticket to let us know you would like the rotor for your theme.
Step 2: Add the rotor to your website (Add Content --> Front Page Rotor --> in the "URL" field enter:

If you need our team to assist you in putting this on your website, just let them know in your ticket. :)

Thank You,
OneEach Technologies 

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Drupal 7 Vulnerability
Posted by Tony F. on 19 November 2014 10:53 AM

You may have read in the news about the recent Drupal 7 vulnerability that was announced in October. A majority of our customers are on this version and we wanted to assure you that the patch to protect your website from this issue was rolled out within hours of this notification in October.

Our programming team monitors ALL notifications regarding vulnerabilities on a daily basis. Whether it is Drupal or related to the operating system or our hardware, we are constantly upgrading and adding the latest security patches to keep your websites safe.

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Giving Tuesday 2014
Posted by Nicole F on 10 November 2014 10:52 AM

It's that time of year again!

Black Friday, Small Business Saturday, Cyber Monday, and Giving Tuesday! It's quite a busy four days.

Just like last year, we are helping support Giving Tuesday. We have rotor images available for your sites!

If you would like a rotor image for your site, please submit a support ticket requesting the one you would like to use and you can add it to your site or we can do it for you.

  • "give small"
  • "give big"
  • "give money"
  • "give love"
  • "just give (because)"
  • "(because) #givingtuesday

Remember, Giving Tuesday is December 2, 2014!

Make sure you've got your rotors up and ready to support giving this holiday season!

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Posted by Ryan R. on 28 October 2014 08:08 AM

As you may be aware, an Internet-wide security issue, commonly referred to as POODLE, has been identified in the last two weeks and affects anyone using older Web browsers that use SSL version 3 (SSLv3), specifically Internet Explorer (IE) 6. This issue creates a vulnerability that could allow hackers to gain access to any connection using this outdated Web browser.

This will not effect our customers as we have removed SSLv3 from our webservers.

Let us know if you have any additional questions or concerns about this issue.


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Heartbleed Vulnerability
Posted by Ryan R. on 10 April 2014 09:01 AM

In regards to the recent news about the Heartbleed Vulnerability, we wanted to let our customers know we have already rolled out the patch on all of our servers which fixes this issue.

This only effects those sites that use SSL Certificates. (an https link)

OneEach Technologies


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