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A card skimming operation has compromised 7,339 Magento-based online stores, allowing the attackers to quietly slurp payment card info as it’s being entered by customers. Flagged in early August by Peeter Marvet (in Estonian) and then by security researcher Willem de Groot these online shops were hit in the last six monts. “The average recovery […]

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An unpatched vulnerability in the Magento e-commerce platform could allow hackers to upload and execute malicious code on web servers that host online shops. The flaw was discovered by researchers from security consultancy DefenseCode and is located in a feature that retrieves preview images for videos hosted on Vimeo. Such videos can be added to […]

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Last week, researchers from Russian antivirus vendor Doctor Web discovered a new Ransomware family targeting Linux systems. They called the malware Linux.Encoder.1, and warned administrators with Magento installations to patch immediately, as the malware was observed targeting flaws in CMS software. Linux.Encoder.1 starts in the home directory, and targets a number of common file formats including, […]

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