Cart abandonment is a large issue for just about every ecommerce store. On an average, over 60% of carts are left to die before checkout is complete. One of the biggest reasons behind cart abandonment is that the checkout process is just too long and complicated for the consumers and thus they find it much easier to just abandon the cart as against completing the process. Fortunately, there are solutions; enter the One Step Checkout module!
Magento has recently released a new Security Patch (SUPEE-6788) along with Community Edition 220.127.116.11 and Enterprise Edition 18.104.22.168. These newer edition comes with security patch set in core itself and does not need any other current or past patches to be installed separately. The patch addresses over 10 security issues including remote code execution and information leak vulnerabilities. All these new releases are fully tested, complete and ready for merchants to deploy. We strongly encourage you to implement the patch or upgrade to the new versions as soon as possible.
Magento has recently launched Magento Community Edition 22.214.171.124, Magento Enterprise Edition 126.96.36.199, and a new Mobile SDK for Android. These releases improve security and performance, and empower you with a new tool to drive mobile sales. Along with these, a new security patch has also been released for Community Edition and Enterprise Edition (SUPEE-6482). The patch addresses 2 issues with Community Edition and 4 issues with Enterprise Edition. All these new releases are fully tested, complete and ready for merchants to deploy. We strongly encourage you to implement the patch or upgrade to the new versions as soon as possible.
A new critical Magento security patch has been released to secure the platform from potential attacks. There are no confirmed reports of attacks related to these issues to-date, but it is important to immediately deploy the patch in order to protect online store. This patch prevents attackers from posing as an administrator to gain access to the last orders feed, which contains personally identifiable information that can then be used to obtain more sensitive information in follow-on attacks and closes a number of security gaps including cross-site scripting (XSS), cross-site request forgery (CSRF), and error path disclosure vulnerabilities.
Rave Infosys was recently present at the Biz-to-Biz convention held in Fort Lauderdale, Florida. Biz to Biz convention provides an easy and effective system that expands the positive aspects of networking. It has proven to be a great platform for showcasing our business to various local businesses and professionals in South Florida. Our President Ravi Mittal along with our sales associates Homero Miranda and Danielle Dinsmore has represented Rave there.