The PCI question is one that unfortunately cannot be answered so easily. The background is that a payment provider must fulfil certain security standards to be considered “secure” (PCI-DSS = Payment Card Industry Security Standard). One of these requirements is that the patches are offered by a “vendor”. However, it is not explained whether theContinue reading “Latest information about PCI-complience and the use of Mage One”
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.
We tried … really hard! But Adobe‘s licence does not allow you to let us work for you as an Enterprise Edition customer. Which options do I have? There are basically two options for you to stay on Magento 1. Keep EE but upgrade its CE core Your Enterprise Edition is using the Community EditionContinue reading “Do you support Enterprise Edition?”
Your fees will be used to cover bug bounties and the costs of this platform and its development.
Please refer to our partner program and send us an email: email@example.com!
Mage One focusses on security and future server upgrades. We respect the original source code of Magento 1. In addition, we are a reliable company with exactly this purpose: providing security fixes and fixes for server upgrades. We have processes to find new security issues (security audits and public bug bounties). We start working rightContinue reading “What is the difference of Mage One vs. OpenMage or MageLTS?”
We currently only support access to our patches but already thinking about a way, to post pull requests directly to our merchants’ repositories.
We want to make sure, that you can run your Magento 1 store as long as you need it, without being afraid about GDPR or new PHP versions for example.
An instance is a set of up to 3+n Magento 1 installs (Live, Live Failover, Staging, Development per Developer) as long as the scope of the installation remains the same. If you are unsure about your setup, contact us and we will help you out with the definition.
Mage One will be as secure as Magento 1 (not 2). The good thing about Mage One is, that the risk, that we add security flaws, is almost zero. We don’t add features to the code base, therefore the codebase will be only more secure over time. In the meantime Magento 2 is subject toContinue reading “Will Mage One be as secure as Magento 2?”