Security - News
One.com is secured against the Heartbleed BugOne.com's system engineers patched the security vulnerability within hours after it was discovered, to protect our customers' secure communication. There is no need to change your passwords. We also updated SSL for you.
We improved our login routinesWe’re constantly improving our services at One.com, and one of our latest launches included updated routines for logging in to the Control Panel, and some new features: Single login for web spaces + guest users.
We keep your data private and secureSome of our customers have asked questions related to the recent debate about companies sharing data with public authorities. We would like to emphasize that the protection of your data is a top priority for us at One.com.
Bloomberg: Iceland Woos Microsoft for Part of Data MarketOn the southwestern tip of Iceland, housed in a former NATO air command base, a new data center is waiting to host the world’s information. Iceland may still be too remote to become a true data hub, according to Copenhagen-based Web-hosting company One.com. The location would be useful for back-up data rather than live traffic as needed on a trading floor, Chief Operating Officer Thomas Darré Medard Frederiksen said.
Saucy snaps at risk as embarrassed users shun safe backupOne in 10 people don’t make safe and secure copies of photos taken on their digital cameras as they are too saucy and want to reduce the risk of other people seeing them, according to a new survey. A further one in 12 is failing to back up photossnapped on their mobile phone because they fear they might go viral.
Give Your Visitors Flexible Access to Your Photos
Photo Gallery lets you decide who should be able to see your photos. We have now enhanced the flexibility so not just whole albums can be private or public.
Our Servers - Your Data
With domain and web space at One.com you maintain full ownership of your personal data and complete control over information you place on your web space.
We have recently expanded our back-up procedures so that our customers receive an even higher degree of security for their data.