Theft of user data, injection of viruses and pulling down websites, the fast spreading of these types of Internet crimes underlines the importance to protect your Magento webshop optimally. If you are unsure whether your shop passes all safety requirements, Tauros media offers the perfect solution with a Magento security report.
The Magento security report is based on an analysis of the Magento code and Magento hosting, so that all possible security risks are mapped. One of the most common security vulnerabilities in Magento is cross site scripting (xss). This is the phenomenon whereby an intruder tries to inject malicious code into the webshop.
In the case of xss, your Magento website is more vulnerable if it fails to pass the standards of Magento’s security measures. This can lead to Magento's validation system being turned off, making it impossible for Magento to identify malicious codes.
The quality of the code may not be as good if the server that runs the shop is insufficiently protected, the shop still be exposed to serious threats.
This is why the Magento security report also highlights the current state of the Magento hosting security. It will highlight if the server is updated with the latest versions and if the relevant security patches are regularly provided.
In addition to a complete overview of all Magento security vulnerabilities, it offers concrete solutions to all problems that were found. This allows a Magento professional to close the possible security loopholes immediately, so that the security of your Magento webshop is restored.
These are the details of the contact or contacts during the process. We require up to two contacts. Multiple links often slow down the process. For more than one contact place data side by side.
URL of the front of the website
Backside access data to the website (if applicable): URL, username and password
Access to all write permissions (S)FTP, cPanel, Plesk or another control panel of the live server that runs the shop: URL, username and password (if applicable)
Access to all write permissions (S)FTP, cPanel, Plesk or another control panel of the test server that runs the shop: URL, username and password (if applicable)
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