Magento released a patch, SUPEE-6788, on October 27, 2015. This patch addresses protection against security related issues such as information leaks and remote code execution. A site can be compromised in many ways by these types of threads such as potentially having malware scripts running on your server or having sensitive information stolen. This patch allows Magento store owners to protect against these security compromises. Although, unlike most patches, it can be a little confusing to implement. Before implementing this patch, here are a few things you need to know.
In late January of 2015 the first remote code execution (RCE) vulnerability, or “shoplift” bug, was reported to Magento by Check Point Software Technologies. This bug affects both Magento Enterprise Edition and Magento Community Edition, and it allows attackers to obtain control over a store and its sensitive data, including personal customer information. As of February 9, 2015, Magento released a patch for this issue.
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When the order is placed, a sales order is created as a temporary record of the transaction. In the Orders list, sales orders are shown with a status of “Pending,” and can be canceled at any time until the payment is processed. After payment confirmed, the order can be invoiced and shipped. Topics in this section:
- Order Workflow
- Order Status
- Invoice an Order
- Ship an Order
Lets say you have several orders you have recently filled and are now ready to be shipped. Your next step is to yes notify the customer their order is being shipped and then mark the status of that order as completed. The following is a quick walk through on just how you do this.
The term navigation refers to the methods shoppers use to move from page to page
throughout your store. The main menu, or top navigation of your store is actually a list
of category links. The category structure of your catalog is the main way people find
products in your catalog. You will also find categories in the breadcrumb trail that runs
across the top of most pages, and in the “layered navigation” that appears on the left
side of some two- or three-column pages. These are all examples of how categories can
be used to navigate throughout your store.
KeePass is a program that is widely used to store complex passwords to websites, emails, bank accounts, you name it. This program is such a powerful tool, and if used correctly it can provide maximum security to your home computer, company machine and online tools. In this article you are going to read a tutorial or guide on how to use KeePass effectively.
Within WordPress, there are several tools and functions designed to help you present you articles in different ways. One of these ways is to stick your blog articles. This means that you can go inside your blog and make whichever article you choose always show up at the top of your article list. This is a great method for making sure your readers can access the information you deem important in an effortless manner, saving them time and ensuring that they will come back to your blog at a later date.