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A Forensic Investigator's thoughts on the Ashley Madison hack.

We've asked our Forensic Manager, James Allman-Talbot, about what happened, what this means for their future, and how it could have been prevented. 
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11 Steps to Improve your Website Security
With Website Security becoming an essential element of running a successful online business, we've put together 11 keys steps to improve your Website Security.

Read more at:
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Magento Web Shells - Alert 

Over the last few weeks, we’ve helped an increasing number of online businesses running Magento stores who have fallen victim to attackers using the following web shells as the entry point to launch their malware attacks:

- FilesMan
- P.A.S.

A trend is developing - if you operate a Magento based store, we'd recommend you take steps to protect your business. 

Visit our blog for the search strings for these web shells and other security advice to protect your online business:

Blog.foregenix.com

#magento   #cybersecurity  
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Magento Web Shells - Alert 

Over the last few weeks, we’ve helped an increasing number of online businesses running Magento stores who have fallen victim to attackers using the following web shells as the entry point to launch their malware attacks:

- FilesMan
- P.A.S.

A trend is developing - if you operate a Magento based store, we'd recommend you take steps to protect your business. 

Visit our blog for the search strings for these web shells and other security advice to protect your online business:

Blog.foregenix.com

#magento   #cybersecurity  
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Magento Web Shells - Alert 

Over the last few weeks, we’ve helped an increasing number of online businesses running Magento stores who have fallen victim to attackers using the following webshells as the entry point to launch their malware attacks:

- FilesMan
- P.A.S.

A trend is developing - if you operate a Magento based store, we'd recommend you take steps to protect your business. 

Visit our blog for the search strings for these web shells and other security advice to protect your online business:

Blog.foregenix.com

#magento   #cybersecurity  
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Magento Shoplift - Update - Are you Affected?

This is a simple overview of what the Shoplift problem is and how to re-gain control of your website.

Since Check Point Technologies announced the critical vulnerability – known as Magento Shoplift (SUPEE-5344) – we have been contacted by a significant numbers of online businesses that have been compromised through this vulnerability.

How do you recover control of your online business?

Firstly, you need to understand what Magento Shoplift is so that you can devise a strategy to secure your online business.

What is Magento Shoplift?

Magento Shoplift is a vulnerability that allows unauthenticated users to access administration pages on the website – and exploit certain pages via SQL Injection.

What does this mean?

It means that with this level of access, an attacker can perform admin functions, such as:

 - Adding new users
 - Altering product data
 - Altering the website (see our short video on re-direct payments and the compromise we illustrate in there)
 - Steal your customer personal data (email addresses, telephone numbers, account passwords, addresses, credit card data)
 - Setting your website up as a malware distributor or worse.

In short, if you have been affected, you need to act now to protect your business as the effects could be hugely damaging for your business brand and finances.  

These are (mostly) highly effective and focused criminals with a high level of skill and technical capability – they are after your business.

Read how to regain control of your website in a few straightforward steps at:
http://blog.foregenix.com/magento-shoplift-update-are-you-affected

#magento   #shoplift   #cybersecurity  
        
Since Check Point Technologies announced the critical vulnerability – known as Magento Shoplift (SUPEE-5344) – we have been contacted by a significant number of online Magento businesses that have been compromised through this vulnerability.
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Magento Shoplift - Update - Are you Affected?

This is a simple overview of what the Shoplift problem is and how to re-gain control of your website.

Since Check Point Technologies announced the critical vulnerability – known as Magento Shoplift (SUPEE-5344) – we have been contacted by a significant numbers of online businesses that have been compromised through this vulnerability.

How do you recover control of your online business?

Firstly, you need to understand what Magento Shoplift is so that you can devise a strategy to secure your online business.

What is Magento Shoplift?

Magento Shoplift is a vulnerability that allows unauthenticated users to access administration pages on the website – and exploit certain pages via SQL Injection.

What does this mean?

It means that with this level of access, an attacker can perform admin functions, such as:

 - Adding new users
 - Altering product data
 - Altering the website (see our short video on re-direct payments and the compromise we illustrate in there)
 - Steal your customer personal data (email addresses, telephone numbers, account passwords, addresses, credit card data)
 - Setting your website up as a malware distributor or worse.

In short, if you have been affected, you need to act now to protect your business as the effects could be hugely damaging for your business brand and finances.  

These are (mostly) highly effective and focused criminals with a high level of skill and technical capability – they are after your business.

Read how to regain control of your website in a few straightforward steps at:
http://blog.foregenix.com/magento-shoplift-update-are-you-affected

#magento   #shoplift   #cybersecurity  

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What is your password? Brute force attacks, bad passwords and how to manage your passwords better.

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2014 was the year of Brute Force attacks. How do you optimise your passwords to prevent these?
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Magento Web Shells - Alert 

Over the last few weeks, we’ve helped an increasing number of online businesses running Magento stores who have fallen victim to attackers using the following web shells as the entry point to launch their malware attacks:

- FilesMan
- P.A.S.

A trend is developing - if you operate a Magento based store, we'd recommend you take steps to protect your business. 

Visit our blog for the search strings for these web shells and other security advice to protect your online business:

Blog.foregenix.com

#magento   #cybersecurity   
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Magento Shoplift - Update - Are you Affected?

This is a simple overview of what the Shoplift problem is and how to re-gain control of your website.

Since Check Point Technologies announced the critical vulnerability – known as Magento Shoplift (SUPEE-5344) – we have been contacted by a significant numbers of online businesses that have been compromised through this vulnerability.

How do you recover control of your online business?

Firstly, you need to understand what Magento Shoplift is so that you can devise a strategy to secure your online business.

What is Magento Shoplift?

Magento Shoplift is a vulnerability that allows unauthenticated users to access administration pages on the website – and exploit certain pages via SQL Injection.

What does this mean?

It means that with this level of access, an attacker can perform admin functions, such as:

 - Adding new users
 - Altering product data
 - Altering the website (see our short video on re-direct payments and the compromise we illustrate in there)
 - Steal your customer personal data (email addresses, telephone numbers, account passwords, addresses, credit card data)
 - Setting your website up as a malware distributor or worse.

In short, if you have been affected, you need to act now to protect your business as the effects could be hugely damaging for your business brand and finances.  

These are (mostly) highly effective and focused criminals with a high level of skill and technical capability – they are after your business.

Read how to regain control of your website in a few straightforward steps at:
http://blog.foregenix.com/magento-shoplift-update-are-you-affected

#magento   #shoplift   #cybersecurity  
        
        
Since Check Point Technologies announced the critical vulnerability – known as Magento Shoplift (SUPEE-5344) – we have been contacted by a significant number of online Magento businesses that have been compromised through this vulnerability.
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Magento Shoplift - Update - Are you Affected?

This is a simple overview of what the Shoplift problem is and how to re-gain control of your website.

Since Check Point Technologies announced the critical vulnerability – known as Magento Shoplift (SUPEE-5344) – we have been contacted by a significant numbers of online businesses that have been compromised through this vulnerability.

How do you recover control of your online business?

Firstly, you need to understand what Magento Shoplift is so that you can devise a strategy to secure your online business.

What is Magento Shoplift?

Magento Shoplift is a vulnerability that allows unauthenticated users to access administration pages on the website – and exploit certain pages via SQL Injection.

What does this mean?

It means that with this level of access, an attacker can perform admin functions, such as:

 - Adding new users
 - Altering product data
 - Altering the website (see our short video on re-direct payments and the compromise we illustrate in there)
 - Steal your customer personal data (email addresses, telephone numbers, account passwords, addresses, credit card data)
 - Setting your website up as a malware distributor or worse.

In short, if you have been affected, you need to act now to protect your business as the effects could be hugely damaging for your business brand and finances.  

These are (mostly) highly effective and focused criminals with a high level of skill and technical capability – they are after your business.

Read how to regain control of your website in a few straightforward steps at:
http://blog.foregenix.com/magento-shoplift-update-are-you-affected

#magento   #shoplift   #cybersecurity  
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P2PE - Making life easier

With all the buzz around PCI Point to Point Encryption (PCI P2PE), we have been getting a lot more enquiries around the topic, so have decided to create a couple of blog posts to help clear up some of the basics on PCI P2PE.  This second post provides a high level overview of the domains that make up a PCI P2PE solution.
With all the buzz around PCI Point to Point Encryption (PCI P2PE), we have been getting a lot more enquiries around the topic, so have decided to create a couple of blog posts to help clear up some of the basics on PCI P2PE.
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Foregenix is an independent, specialised information security business, headquartered in the United Kingdom, with regional offices in South Africa, Argentina and Uruguay - our clients range geographically from Russia to Argentina and many countries in between.  

We specialise in the following areas:
Our solutions are designed to simplify and improve security for businesses:


We're passionate about security and securing our clients!
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