Exactly one year ago, in October 2022, there were significant changes to PayPal PLUS that affected online shop owners. These changes had a substantial impact on the way payments were processed in online stores. In this recap, we’d like to remind you of these changes and also highlight our solution for Magento 1, which continuesContinue reading “Recap: PayPal PLUS Discontinued, Transition to PayPal Checkout with Magento 1?”
Oracle announced some time ago that it would end support for MySQL 5.7 on October 31, 2023. This version was released in 2015 and thus received support for eight years – a considerable period of time in the software world. The upcoming end-of-life date does mean that Oracle will no longer provide updates or securityContinue reading “MySQL 5.7 End of Life: Time to Upgrade to MySQL 8.0”
As you have probably already learned from the relevant media, a critical security vulnerability (ZERO-Day) has become known for Magento 2. Under the designation APSB22-12, the vulnerability CVE-2022-24086 is listed, which is already actively exploited.
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?”
You may have already heard it from your hoster: PHP 7.2 is being discontinued. But what does that mean for your Magento 1 store? (Picture: https://unsplash.com/@benofthenorth) (Deutsche Version weiter unten / German version below) If you want to know how long the PHP version you are using on your server will still be supported byContinue reading “PHP 7.2 support is discontinued – what about Magento 1 under PHP 7.3, 7.4 and PHP 8?”
Seven new patches have been released.
Plus invoices can now be downloaded.
Five new patches have been released. Two of them are high or critical!
Three new patches have been released. Two of them are critical.
Last weekend there was a hacker attack affecting about 2000 Magento 1 stores. In this newsletter we explain what we know about it and what you can do to protect your store.We also take this opportunity to thank our partner sansec.io for their support in researching these attacks. What happened? We received the message that last weekend about 2000 Magento 1 storesContinue reading “Hacker attacking Magento”
Two new patches have been released, adding PHP 7.3 compatibility and improving the clearing of session data with parallel logins.