When Hacking Goes Beyond Your Site

When Hacking Goes Beyond Your Site

A recent fallout of WordPress hacks has highlighted a growing hijack trend in terms of the tools that can monitor them. If you have a blog attached to your store make sure you control who has access to your webtool accounts and analytics. It could be the hacker. And if by chance and fateful insecurity, your registry login can be comprised watch out for site kipnapping … […] Read more

Magento Imagine April 2017

Magento Imagine April 2017

Now in its seventh year, Imagine 2017 will bring together 2,500+ merchants, partners, developers, and commerce experts from 45+ countries to network, exchange ideas, and build relationships. Take a look at all the fun from previous years […] Read more

PayPal New User Agreement

PayPal New User Agreement

PayPal has updated its user agreement and hidden inside is a “discouragement” clause forcing site owners to promote PayPal equally with other payment options. So even if you prefer customers use another credit card gateway or even accept checks you cannot indicate this preference without being in breach of your agreement. Sounds petty to be sure. […] Read more

Cross Border Shoppers Favor PayPal

Cross Border Shoppers Favor PayPal

According to eMarketer, more than 40% of online shoppers ordering from across a border, prefer using PayPal as opposed to other payment methods due of the level of perceived security.

But borders aside overall, credit cards are still seen as the most secure method of payment given the fraud protection benefits not offered to debit cards.

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Malware that just won’t go away

Malware that just won’t go away

A new Magento hack which steals credit card data on checkout has been detected. Unlike other hacks it uses a Magento extension using database triggers to check and reinstall itself if components have been detected and removed. So how do you detect and/or get rid of it? […] Read more