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WordPress wishes to impose HTTPS

WordPress wishes to impose HTTPS

After Google and Mozilla, Matt Mullenweg the founder of WordPress is taking steps to ensure that the services you use are secure. Automaticc, the company behind the WordPress blogging and content management platform announced it will be investing heavily in SSL...

Is your website’s SEO secured?

Is your website’s SEO secured?

Search Engine Optimization (SEO) safety is a more and more important concern as it can double online sales for consumer eCommerce retailers. However, the work you have put into optimizing a site is all for naught if a hacker compromises your site security and derails...

Size does not always matter for fraudsters

Size does not always matter for fraudsters

According to a research from the Centre for Economics and Business Research, efficiencies gained by retailers through better fraud detection tools could reach $290 million from 2015 to 2020. The issue is that many SMBs only rely on payment gateway. Fraud is as much of...

OZON is flying to Web Summit in Lisbon, November 7-10, 2016

OZON is flying to Web Summit in Lisbon, November 7-10, 2016

OZON has been selected among hundreds of other startups to the ALPHA startup track at Web Summit 2016. It is the meeting place for the most interesting tech companies across all sectors, stages and geographies. The event will take place place in Lisbon from 7th to...

PrestaShop is the New Black for hackers

PrestaShop is the New Black for hackers

Is your PrestaShop site secure from hackers? eCommerce security should be one of your top concerns, because in the end it can cost you everything. Over the last few weeks, over 100 security breaches have been discovered in PrestaShop sites and it does not look like it...

Magecart Keylogger: hackers target eCommerce sites

Magecart Keylogger: hackers target eCommerce sites

A new type of malware called Magecart, has comprimised over 100 eCommerce sites and secretely logs data entered on checkout pages, sending it to the hacker’s server. The peculiarity of the Magecart campaign is that threat actors were injecting a keylogger directly...