Magento launched Security Scan tool
Hackers, you're dead meat! Magento has launched own security scan tool! That is available in your Magento Account. It doesn’t matter what edition you are running Magento Commerce (formerly Enterprise Edition) or Magento Open Source (formerly Community Edition), for both
Magento Security Patch SUPEE-10266!
On September 14, 2017, Magento released the latest security patch SUPEE-10266 for Magento Community Edition (Magento Open Source) versions prior to 188.8.131.52 and Magento Enterprise Edition (Magento Commerce) versions prior to 184.108.40.206. The patch (SUPEE-10266) provides fixes for several functional
My website was hacked. What should I do?
Bad things happen to everyone. In most cases, success of saving operation depends on your immediate reaction. Ready Disaster Recovery Plan is like a lifeboat on your ship. 1. Contact your internal IT security team, system integrator or directly hosting
How to protect Magento store from frauds, hackers and copycats
There are more than 250k live web stores running on Magento. It’s a large market share of eCommerce platforms. A huge mass of sensitive customer data: emails, passwords, shipping and billing addresses, credit card details, etc. Take into account that
5 Reasons why you need remote security monitoring for your Magento store
First things first, to secure your web store from fraudsters, hackers and copycats you need to level in-house vulnerabilities. Here the good news for merchants who are running store on Magento. You're lucky, Magento has a powerful stack of security
Magento Security Scanners
For Magento, being one of the leading eCommerce platforms means constant flow of attention from entrepreneurs, developers and customers along with fraudsters, hackers and copy cats. Plenty of criminals are looking to target vulnerable stores in the eCommerce scope. Bad
How to check Magento version on a web store
Rumor has it Magento gurus can recognize Magento store from the first glance on the screen. Within seconds they can tell exactly which of the Magento’s version is used to run the store. How cool is that?