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7 Best Practices for Magento Security.

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    Default 7 Best Practices for Magento Security.

    As a Magento website owner and an online retailer, you must understand the staggering cost of a security breach. Generally it is believed that a security breach tends to impede sales in the short term. What is often less acknowledged is how these breaches can affect sales over a long period of time by damaging your reputation and standing as a trusted online shop owner.

    We all know that Magento websites are vulnerable to security threats such as data loss, identity theft, credit card misuse, hack attacks, brute force attacks, and DDoS attacks. But, there is no problem without a solution. In this blog, I am going to highlight 7 important areas you need to keep focus on in order to deter any kind of threat to your Magento e-commerce website.

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    As on January 2015, it was found that close to 218,000 eCommerce stores were built using a Magento platform. Owing to the growing clout of Magento development in the eCommerce arena, it has become the apple of hacker’s eye. Despite Magento being one of the safest open source eCommerce platform and its repeated endeavor to thwart security attacks by frequently releasing security patches, hackers haven’t been dissuaded to come up with new tricks. Check the Top 10 Magento Security Best Practices.

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