Those using Magento’s e-commerce platform should ensure they’re using its latest software, as attackers are increasingly exploiting a flaw patched two months ago, security companies warned.
The vulnerability can allow an attacker to gain complete control over a store with administrator access, potentially allowing credit card theft, wrote Netanel Rubin of Check Point’s Malware and Vulnerability Research Group. As many as 200,000 websites use Magento, which is owned by eBay.
Check Point, which found the flaw, reported it to Magento, which issued a patch (SUPEE-5344) on Feb. 9. Since Check Point revealed the flaw earlier this week, it appears attackers have picked up on it and are trying to find unpatched applications.
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