Permanent and Competent Support for Magento 1
Mage One offers permanent, competent support for merchants
who want to continue using Magento 1 professionally
Subscribe to your security now!
It’s dead simple. First register a free Mage One account then upgrade to our paid subscription within our platform.
In our guide “How To Mage One for merchants” we explain what it takes to become a Mage One customer and to receive security and compatibility patches in the future.
You will also find information on how to register and how to take out a subscription. We have also compiled a detailed FAQ list.
Our service is important for professional merchants and their customers. It also has to be affordable to enable every merchant to get the latest patches. That’s why plans for Mage One are fair and based on your shop revenue.
Our prices are monthly fees excluding taxes on a yearly paid rolling contract.
annual shop revenue
annual shop revenue
annual shop revenue
Do you have a shop with a higher annual revenue? See our detailed price list here.
You’re running Magento 1 on an Enterprise Edition? Please read our FAQ entry!
Excerpt of clients who trust Mage One
We at Mytheresa.com distribute luxury fashion – worldwide. It is extremely important to us that our customers feel comfortable not only wearing our fashion, but also exploring our shop. And that includes doing everything we can to ensure the security of customer data. That’s why we have chosen Mage One as our partner and are pleased that we can guarantee even higher security standards for our web shop.Mytheresa.com
How do I get patches for Magento 1?
No security updates
Magento 1 is one of the most popular e-commerce systems in the world. For over 10 years, large and small retailers trust in it. Magento has been working on a successor for a long time and officially released Magento 2 on 11/17/2015.
Contrary to initial expectations, a change from Magento 1 to Magento 2 is not a small update, but a lengthy and costly process in which many parts of the system must be rewritten and rethought.
This change is (currently) too costly for many merchants, especially in regard to the time already invested in Magento 1 and the corresponding budgets.
In June 2020 Magento discontinued all official security updates for Magento 1. This means that hundreds of thousands of retailers will have no reliable software in the future.
We take care
of your security!
With Mage One, we offer permanent, competent support for merchants who want to continue using Magento 1 professionally. We provide security updates and technical adjustments so that Magento 1 can continue to be used with the latest technology.
We offer each participating company access to the source code and the updates. We also proactively inform you via our newsletter about new versions.
In order to continue to find security vulnerabilities, our team will perform security checks of the existing Magento 1 source code and also offer prize money to security experts and developers who identify security vulnerabilities on their own responsibility and help us fix them.
What will Mage One do for me?
Patching Security Vulnerabilities
We will provide a sustainable bug bounty program for proper compensation of research work done by community members.
For every fix, you will be able to download a patch file. You can access these files in your Mage One Dashboard.
QPS – Quick Protection System
QPS is an extension for our merchants that will provide a simple solution to block known attacks as long as there’s no patch available. QPS will automatically update its signatures to provide as much security as possible.
As soon as you install the latest patches QPS will remove unneeded signatures to improve your shop’s performance. Get more details on Github.
Server Software Support
Your Magento Shop uses PHP, MySQL and Apache. These programs are being actively developed and will so in the future. We’ll make sure that your Magento 1 shop is capable to run the latest software in the future. PHP 7.4 or PHP 8? Not a big deal for you. Get the latest performance boosts from PHP even in the future.
How can I find out more?
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