You have probably already heard that a standard library for Java, “log4j”, is currently exposed to attacks. With this vulnerability, attackers may be able to execute malicious code on your system. Magento is based on PHP and is therefore not affected by this vulnerability. However, it is possible that other software you use is vulnerable.Continue reading “log4j – Vulnerability in Magento?”
QPS We are happy to announce that our QPS extension has been released. Our QPS (Quick Protection System) is a Magento extension which is installed in the shop, just like a common Magento extension and which acts as a firewall. The QPS Extension can, but does not have to be installed! You can find moreContinue reading “Mage One Patches für Magento 1: First Patch and QPS”
If you are a partner and cannot see the patch, please contact us. If you are an agency partner and provide technical support to customers who have signed a contract with us, you should see the patches in your customer account. However, in some cases this is not the case. Unfortunately, we are currently forcedContinue reading “I am an agency or partner and I don’t see the download in my customer account?”
Unlike Adobe, we don’t withhold patches and release one big patch file with many fixes at once every three months, but instead we release the patch within 30 days of the vulnerability becoming known, if possible. Therefore there will probably only be one fix per patch.
We release patches irregularly, namely when security vulnerabilities are discovered and fixed. It is therefore possible that there are several patches in one month and none in another month.
Simply put: No. We’re neither an agency nor a hosting provider. You can stay with your hosting company and your preferred agency. You don’t have to change anything. If you instead want to migrate to Magento focussed hosting company or need help with your Magento 1 development, you can reach out to our trusted partners.