Magento Supee 11155 available now offering a range of security updates.
If you are working with composer you may also need to work with a specific version of php. While you can edit composer.json it is easier to specify when you call composer...
As any of our customers will know Plesk has always provided 1 click PHP selection on a per domain basis. This is a powerful tool for anyone rolling out different applications or testing upgrades with newer version of PHP. However, Ubuntu 18 supports only those versions of PHP that support OpenSSL 1.1, and that are PHP 7.x and newer. Therefore, if you require php 5.6 then you will need to take additional steps and manually install PHP 5.6 and add this as an additional handler in Plesk.
New patch release: SUPEE-11086.
New releases and security Updates coming soon on March 26th 2019
A long awaited minimum update for WordPress PHP requirements.
A vulnerability has been discovered in Magestore Locator extension.
For many retailers the moment the customer hits the ‘buy’ button the transaction is over. What occurs post-purchase can be equally beneficial to creating a trusting and lasting relationship no more so than the delivery of their item.
Authorize.net will stop supporting MD5 based hash usage on March 14.
An under-appreciated improvement was made with the release of Magento 2.3, included support for the Open Source version of Elasticsearch.
There is an increasing number of SPAM user accounts targeting Magento stores.
Here we look at what can be done to prevent further malicious sign-ups.
PHP 5.6 End of Life
A look at video and its potential in marketing your Magento store.
A look at third party extension vulnerabilities and the solution.
Researchers at Foregenix highlight a large number of Magento sites are at risk.
A look at a range of third party scans, a useful free resource.
A look at MageCart a card skimming toolkit and the latest Content Security Policy HTTP response header.
Mobile phone sales are increasing but cart abandonment remains an issue.
Black Friday weekend is fast approaching leading us to look at some of the best practices.
A look at the support stages of each PHP release.