On September 18th, Magento have released an extensive range of security updates and performance enhancements for Magento 1, 2.1 and 2.2. Amongst hundreds of updates here are the main highlights:
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Malware (malicious software) that skims card details from customers has compromised thousands of unsecure Magento-based e-commerce businesses in 2018.
The breach was first noticed in late August, but is believed to have been impacting businesses for the last 6 months, with attackers planting skimmers on over 7000 stores to date.
...And the story of how two unlikely organisations drove innovation in the Drupal Platform.
While delivering continual support for an energy clients Drupal website, we wanted to implement a Postcode Lookup feature, with auto-complete functionality. Existing solutions were either too basic or needlessly expensive, but we couldn’t justify building a new solution from scratch. As luck would have, I discovered at our weekly Drupal 8 meeting that my colleagues working on a Not-For-Profit site required autocomplete capabilities for the address lookup on the donations page.
Google has recently rolled out a new feature that allows users to add a 3rd title line and 2nd description to text ads. This feature will be available to use for all advertisers from the end of August 2018. The update will allow businesses to identify themselves effectively and test different combinations of ad copy, whilst leaving room for unique selling points in that make-or-break title space.