Cybersecurity Insights

Kirsty Trainer

Take the Guesswork Out of Your Website Security

07/07/17 16:41

Let’s say that someone approaches you on the street one day.

They point to a busy shop across the street, and they say to you, “That’s my store, and we’re having our best year ever!”

The shop is full of excited people. You step back outside, and the shopkeeper asks you a question: “What do you think I need to do to keep this place safe?”

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Duncan Slater

“Mind the Gap” – As a Small eCommerce Business, Who is Responsible for Your Security?

26/05/17 14:08

 

Major corporations spend hundreds of thousands of pounds and in some cases employ teams of people dedicated to manage and ensure the security of their environment.  But as a small eCommerce merchant, who is responsible for the security of your environment?  In most cases, small eCommerce businesses elect to outsource all of their website’s development to professionals specialising in eCommerce environments, but should the developers be responsible for the cybersecurity as well as the development and management of the environment? 

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Mike Hinton

Foregenix announce new partnership with Juno Web Design

16/05/17 17:24

We’re delighted to announce a new partnership between ourselves and Nottinghamshire based agency ‘Juno’.

With the rapidly increasing threat to eCommerce businesses, our partnership with Juno will provide security monitoring and protection to Juno clients against criminal/hacker attacks.  

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Mike Hinton

New JavaScript Malware Targeting Stripe.js on Magento Websites - Ajax Harvester

04/04/17 07:53

The Foregenix DFIR team has discovered what is believed to be an unreported piece of malware which has recently been used to target insecure eCommerce websites processing through Stripe, running on the Magento framework.

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Benjamin Hosack

Alert: New PHP Webshell Identified

03/03/17 11:50

A new piece of malware has been identified by the Foregenix DFIR team.  The malware is a PHP webshell - a script, which when installed on a compromised system, presents a sophisticated administration platform. This allows the attacker to browse the filesystem of the compromised server, upload, create, edit, download or delete files or stop running processes.

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Kirsty Trainer

Take the Guesswork Out of Your Website Security

07/07/17 16:41

Let’s say that someone approaches you on the street one day.

They point to a busy shop across the street, and they say to you, “That’s my store, and we’re having our best year ever!”

The shop is full of excited people. You step back outside, and the shopkeeper asks you a question: “What do you think I need to do to keep this place safe?”

Read More
Duncan Slater

“Mind the Gap” – As a Small eCommerce Business, Who is Responsible for Your Security?

26/05/17 14:08

 

Major corporations spend hundreds of thousands of pounds and in some cases employ teams of people dedicated to manage and ensure the security of their environment.  But as a small eCommerce merchant, who is responsible for the security of your environment?  In most cases, small eCommerce businesses elect to outsource all of their website’s development to professionals specialising in eCommerce environments, but should the developers be responsible for the cybersecurity as well as the development and management of the environment? 

Read More
Mike Hinton

Foregenix announce new partnership with Juno Web Design

16/05/17 17:24

We’re delighted to announce a new partnership between ourselves and Nottinghamshire based agency ‘Juno’.

With the rapidly increasing threat to eCommerce businesses, our partnership with Juno will provide security monitoring and protection to Juno clients against criminal/hacker attacks.  

Read More
Mike Hinton

New JavaScript Malware Targeting Stripe.js on Magento Websites - Ajax Harvester

04/04/17 07:53

The Foregenix DFIR team has discovered what is believed to be an unreported piece of malware which has recently been used to target insecure eCommerce websites processing through Stripe, running on the Magento framework.

Read More
Benjamin Hosack

Alert: New PHP Webshell Identified

03/03/17 11:50

A new piece of malware has been identified by the Foregenix DFIR team.  The malware is a PHP webshell - a script, which when installed on a compromised system, presents a sophisticated administration platform. This allows the attacker to browse the filesystem of the compromised server, upload, create, edit, download or delete files or stop running processes.

Read More