Thank you again to all who participated in our Summer Survey. We are currently reviewing the results and already have some exciting ideas that we hope to present to the community soon, so watch this space!
We have a Winner
We would like to congratulate Larry Kuttner, IT Manager at Northeast Sustainable Energy Association, who is our lucky winner of a $500.00 donation to the non-profit organization of his choice.
If you would like to know more about the wonderful work NESEA does, you can check them out here: http://nesea.org/about
Announcement New Payments Extension
Last but not least, in iATS continued commitment to support the CiviCRM community, we are excited to announce the Beta release of our new iATS CiviCRM payment extension. We are committed to providing the most advanced, secure & fully integrated payments platform to meet the...Read more
The below post was recently included in the community newsletter, and we wanted to give more users a chance to participate. All entries are eligible to win a $500.00 donation to the non-profit organization of their choice. Entry will remain open until August 31st and we will announce the winner in the second week of September via the CiviCRM newsletter, LinkedIn & Facebook so stay tuned!
We want to hear what you want!
Since 2014 iATS Payments has partnered with CiviCRM to bring the best payments technology to the table. We found this partnership to be an ideal match because at iATS we only work with Nonprofits to optimize your specific needs for payments solutions. During that time, we have proudly maintained, enhanced and supported our payment extension in CiviCRM.
In the last community newsletter we...Read more
- The minimum supported PHP version is 7.0.
- The recommended PHP version is 7.2.
There has been a security release for CiviCRM. We recommend you immediately upgrade to one of the following versions:
- CiviCRM v5.13.4
- CiviCRM v5.7.6 ESR
Below are the security advisories details:
- CIVI-SA-2019-09: XXE in PHPWord
- CIVI-SA-2019-10: TCPDF XSS and RCE vulnerabilities
- CIVI-SA-2019-11: jQuery Object.prototype pollution
- CIVI-SA-2019-12: SQLI in "Country", et al
If you’re not already aware, CiviCRM version 5.13 shipped this past Wednesday. In addition to this being the normal monthly release of the latest stable version of CiviCRM, it will also serve as the next version of CiviCRM ESR, officially in August. Finally, CiviCRM version 5.13 will be the last version of CiviCRM to support PHP 5.6.
There’s a lot here to digest, so let’s break it down with a few questions.
Will the current version of ESR be supported until August?
Yes. Originally slated for 6 months of support, ESR version 5.7 will continue to receive security and critical fixes up until the release of 5.13 ESR. After August 2019, version 5.7 will be sunset.
Will PHP 5.6 continue to work on versions of CiviCRM beyond 5.13?
Possibly, however it will no longer be supported by CiviCRM. That...Read more