Child Privacy

To protect the data the races who use us as their online registration platform, we have made some updates to your race, event and club websites to better protect the online privacy of children, particularly those under the age of 13. Our updates are designed with the Children’s Online Privacy Protection Rule (“COPPA”) in mind and... Continue Reading →

Dashboard Graphs Secure Access

The front Dashboard will become much more powerful in the coming weeks with over a dozen different graphical reports being added. To prepare for this, we have added specific access management for just the Dashboard. To invite others to get access to dashboard graphs, click on the lock in the upper right corner: This will... Continue Reading →

RunSignUp Demonstrates Continued Commitment to Secure Data and Transaction Processing with new Leadership Role

The Electronic Transactions Association (ETA) announced today the launch of a new Payment Facilitator Committee, with Kevin Harris (RunSignUp Chief Finance and Operations Officer) taking the role of Vice-Chair. ETA Press Release: http://www.electran.org/publication/transactiontrends/eta-announces-new-payments-facilitator-committee/ As noted in the release, the committee "will serve as a resource within ETA as the established, valued experts on payment facilitators, enabling deeper... Continue Reading →

http/2 Support

We have been doing a lot of infrastructure improvements over the past couple of months as a part of our PCI Level 1 Certification.  That is the highest level and requires extra measures of auditing and security and scanning, including a week onsite visit by a Qualified Security Assessor. Unfortunately most of that is stuff... Continue Reading →

Security Patch

We updated our site with this security patch - https://blog.cloudflare.com/yet-another-padding-oracle-in-openssl-cbc-ciphersuites/. Other webmasters may want to run the free Qualys SSL scanning tool to check their grades - https://www.ssllabs.com/ssltest/index.html. Users can also check out their most common websites as well (proud to say RunSignUp beat the bank I use :-))

ImageMagic Security Hole Fixed

A security hole was reported in ImageMagic, a tool that many websites including RunSignUp use for image resizing and processing. We learned of this issue yesterday and have updated the site with fixes last night. We did not detect any breaches as a result of this hole. You can read more here and here. If you know of... Continue Reading →

Secure Information Option

We have added the ability to collect Social Security Number, Drivers License and Passport as highly secure options to race registration. This was done at the request of a race held on a military base, but may be useful for other purposes as well (such as border crossing races that might require Passport numbers). The... Continue Reading →

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