(Download as PDF) Hello and thank you from your friends at Churchweb Support! The pandemic has been a time of unprecedented difficulty, but also one of even greater support. We extend our utmost thanks to your congregation for sticking with us while we have been supporting you throughout the various lock-downs and stay-at-home orders. With ... Read More »
On November 16, 2020 our website and email hosting provider was attacked by a coordinated ransomware campaign—a malicious software that “kidnaps” server files until a ransom is paid. As a result, our provider shut down all of their servers to prevent the attack from spreading further, resulting in the outage we experienced on November 16th, ... Read More »
We are continually working behind the scenes to ensure websites run smoothly and securely as possible. If you encounter an error or anything unexpected with your website, please do not hesitate to contact us.
The status of our websites and services can always be found here: https://status.churchwebsupport.com
Online privacy matters to all of us. It’s particularly newsworthy today due to the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), a new EU law that comes into effect on May 25, 2018. This law protects the privacy of people in the EU, and applies to every company that does business with them. What GDPR compliance means, in a nutshell Compliance ... Read More »
Transport Layer Security (TLS) is a protocol for web browsers to securely and privately communicate with websites. An older version of this protocol (TLS 1.0) has several flaws that can create the potential for an entered credit card and other sensitive information to be visible to others Helping to protect consumers are the Payment Card Industry ... Read More »