300,000 online retailers at risk from Magento security flaw enabling attackers to take control of ecommerce sites

Nicholas Fearn
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Magento security flaw could be exploited by online card skimmers
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Magento security flaw could be exploited by online card skimmers

Magento rushes out patch for critical vulnerability to protect open source and commercial versions of its ecommerce software

Security researchers have discovered a critical vulnerability in the Magento e-commerce platform that leaves up to 300,000 websites at risk of card-skimming attacks. With the PRODSECBUG-2198 SQL injection...

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