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How to Protect Magento Website from Brute-Force Attacks

Postby Muhammad Saad » Fri Apr 10, 2015 1:09 pm

Because Magento is the most popular eCommerce software there is, it comes under the greatest number of attacks from hackers who would love to get inside your store to spam your customers, conduct phishing campaigns and steal your customers information and credit card details.

While Magento already comes with a good number of built-in security features, there is always more that can be done to protect your store from hackers and security breaches.

Here are 8 tips to protect your Magento website from brute-force attacks: http://magenticians.com/tips-protect-ma ... ce-attacks
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Re: How to Protect Magento Website from Brute-Force Attacks

Postby bobey » Wed Apr 15, 2015 4:14 am

Thanks for sharing with us a very useful post. Magento hacking is more and more common, we must have an action to protect our site
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Re: How to Protect Magento Website from Brute-Force Attacks

Postby ExtensionsMall » Tue Apr 05, 2016 12:37 pm

Magento Security Team has released an official guide on how to protect against brute-force attacks on their website.
However, there are far more effective and user-friendly ways to keep your store safe from this kind of attacks. For example, changing your Admin Panel URL via Magento Config is a big no-no, but there is a very simple alternative. You can read more about it here: https://www.extensionsmall.com/blog/mag ... -guessing/
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Re: How to Protect Magento Website from Brute-Force Attacks

Postby ollymine » Fri Apr 08, 2016 11:16 am

Magento security is one of the most important things as no site admin wants to wake up one day just to find out that he can't login to his one store.

You can use a variety of things to fight hackers. For example, change your login page URL and enable 2-factor authentication.
This extension will of great help - https://amasty.com/magento-security-suite.html
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Re: How to Protect Magento Website from Brute-Force Attacks

Postby stevensagaar » Tue Feb 26, 2019 12:00 am

The following post could really useful in case your Magento site has been hacked or you want to get it protected from getting hacked

https://www.scommerce-mage.com/blog/mag ... acked.html
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