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How To Protect Magento Websites


Published on 03/01/2022 – Last Updated on 03/01/2022 by OTC

As more businesses switch to online options Magento is a popular Content Management System (CMS) of choice for eCommerce websites. That being said, with the online industry becoming more interconnected than ever before also comes the increase of risks in terms of website security.

As of recently, Magento1 has become outdated and no longer supported. Adobe’s goal is to move all users away to Magento2 instead, which has 2FA and a non-standard login URL enabled by default, being generally more secure.

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