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Eduardo Hotta

Eduardo Hotta is the Head of Marketing at Foregenix. He's passionate about sharing the best cybersecurity information to companies of all sizes, so they can protect themselves from threat actors.
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Magento 1 Under Attack

15/09/20 18:36

Over the past couple of days a large number of Magento 1 websites (and smaller numbers of Magento 2, OpenMage, ASP.net and PHP sites) have been observed as being infected with a previously unknown card data skimmer. This has been one of the largest campaigns in recent times, we have identified more than 4,400 infected websites (and counting). The malware uses a key logging approach to extract card data from the websites’ checkout pages and sends that data back to an infrastructure under the control of the attacker.

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Web Ninja partners with Foregenix to enhance website security!

12/05/20 10:00



CITY OF GOLD COAST, AUSTRALIA - Web Ninja has signed a partnership agreement with Foregenix, one of the world's leading cyber security firms, with the aim to make threat detection and protection available to all their eCommerce customers regardless of size and resources.

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4 Reasons You Need File Integrity Monitoring (FIM) 

07/05/20 10:10

eCommerce environments are under constant threat from attackers; if your website touches cardholder data at any point, you’re a target. It doesn’t matter if you’re a big multinational conglomerate, or a tiny independent merchant; if you’re deploying poor security measures, they probably have you in their sights.

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Foregenix Becomes Accredited as BankAxept Third-Party Auditor

26/03/20 10:00

We’re happy to announce that Foregenix has been accredited as BankAxept Third-Party Auditor (TPA) by Bits AS.

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Qakbot/Qbot - What to do if it got you?

19/02/20 12:00

We have recently been reacquainted with an old “thorn” in the form of an increase in the number of cases involving Qakbot (also known as Qbot). This malware campaign has been around since early 2007 but can still be extremely dangerous, even given its age. With this in mind, we’re sharing some information so that you can protect yourself from this attack.

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Eduardo Hotta

Eduardo Hotta is the Head of Marketing at Foregenix. He's passionate about sharing the best cybersecurity information to companies of all sizes, so they can protect themselves from threat actors.
Find me on:

Recent Posts

Magento 1 Under Attack

15/09/20 18:36

Over the past couple of days a large number of Magento 1 websites (and smaller numbers of Magento 2, OpenMage, ASP.net and PHP sites) have been observed as being infected with a previously unknown card data skimmer. This has been one of the largest campaigns in recent times, we have identified more than 4,400 infected websites (and counting). The malware uses a key logging approach to extract card data from the websites’ checkout pages and sends that data back to an infrastructure under the control of the attacker.

Read More

Web Ninja partners with Foregenix to enhance website security!

12/05/20 10:00



CITY OF GOLD COAST, AUSTRALIA - Web Ninja has signed a partnership agreement with Foregenix, one of the world's leading cyber security firms, with the aim to make threat detection and protection available to all their eCommerce customers regardless of size and resources.

Read More

4 Reasons You Need File Integrity Monitoring (FIM) 

07/05/20 10:10

eCommerce environments are under constant threat from attackers; if your website touches cardholder data at any point, you’re a target. It doesn’t matter if you’re a big multinational conglomerate, or a tiny independent merchant; if you’re deploying poor security measures, they probably have you in their sights.

Read More

Foregenix Becomes Accredited as BankAxept Third-Party Auditor

26/03/20 10:00

We’re happy to announce that Foregenix has been accredited as BankAxept Third-Party Auditor (TPA) by Bits AS.

Read More

Qakbot/Qbot - What to do if it got you?

19/02/20 12:00

We have recently been reacquainted with an old “thorn” in the form of an increase in the number of cases involving Qakbot (also known as Qbot). This malware campaign has been around since early 2007 but can still be extremely dangerous, even given its age. With this in mind, we’re sharing some information so that you can protect yourself from this attack.

Read More