Last week on August 8th, 2023, Adobe released a critical security patch for Adobe Commerce and the Magento Open Source CMS. The patch provides fixes for three vulnerabilities which affect the popular ecommerce platforms. Successful exploitation could lead to arbitrary code execution, privilege escalation and arbitrary file system read. Affected versions of Magento Open Source
Welcome to another installment in helping website owners secure their digital assets, this time with a focus on the world of ecommerce. If you’re an ecommerce website owner, you’re likely aware that online stores face a unique set of challenges when it comes to security. Your success hinges on the trust customers place in your
Attackers are always on the hunt for vulnerable websites. Whether you have a WordPress, Magento, or Joomla website — you’ll want to take steps to keep your site and server secure. In today’s post, we’ll be outlining the top twelve steps you can take to harden your website and enhance the security of your environment.
Magento store owners using the popular FishPig extensions should be wary of a recent supply chain attack which compromised their software repository. FishPig released a detailed security announcement on September 13th, 2022. The attack is estimated to have occurred on or before August 19th of this year so any eCommerce stores which have installed FishPig
There’s no one specific topic or target or audience when it comes to website security. But when you clean enough hacked websites, you start to see trends and techniques emerge in the landscape. In my last presentation at WordCamp Europe, I dove into the latest findings from our threat report to highlight the major themes
E-commerce websites are valuable targets for attackers. Bad actors often leverage creative techniques to conceal their credit card stealers and gather sensitive credit card information from online storefronts. A recent investigation for a compromised Magento website revealed a rather interesting injection. The website owner had found an entirely new section on their checkout page which
Magento’s payment provider gateway offers functionalities for site owners to integrate stores with payment service providers. This handy feature lets a website create and handle transactions based on order details and allows for out-of-the-box integrations with payment service providers like PayPal and Braintree. Since these gateways are responsible for helping businesses accept online payment methods
One of the most important monitoring tools in our security platform is our Sucuri SiteCheck scanner. It’s a free tool to scan your website for known malicious content and malware injections. The usage of SiteCheck also allows us to monitor trends in the website security landscape, and one of the things that it can spot
As more businesses switch to online options Magento is a popular Content Management System (CMS) of choice for eCommerce websites. That being said, with the online industry becoming more interconnected than ever before also comes the increase of risks in terms of website security. As of recently, Magento1 has become outdated and no longer supported.