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350+ Magento Ecommerce Sites Hit with Hack

| Mike O'Brien

More than 350 ecommerce sites running Magento 1 were hit with the same strain of MageCart malware the week of Jan. 31, a card skimming attack that exploited a known leak in the Quickview plugin, according to a report from security provider Sansec.

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Five Ecommerce Fraud Trends to Watch in 2022

| Monica Eaton-Cardone

Multichannel companies are at particular risk for fraud. Unlike pure-play ecommerce or physical retailers, omnichannel companies will be exposed to everything from sophisticated computer penetration to shoplifting, and will need strategies to counter them all. Here are five ecommerce fraud trends to watch in 2022.

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Standing Out in a Future of Seamless Payments

| Ed Whitehead

For an ecommerce business, seamless payments are vital. According to one study from Baymard, 18% of U.S. online shoppers have ditched their cart in the last three months due to long and complicated checkout processes.
Now is the time to improve seamless payments for your ecommerce business. Here are some tips to guide you.

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Ecommerce Fraud Increasing, But Help Is On the Way

| Mike O'Brien

From account takeover to friendly fraud, phishing, spoofing, counterfeiting, chargebacks and more, there are many ways for fraudsters to disrupt and derail ecommerce. This special report from Multichannel Merchant takes a deep dive into current fraud trends and explores solutions and steps you can take to safeguard against it.

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3 Ways to Prepare for BOPIS Fraud This Holiday Season

| Erika Dietrich

As consumers have begun holiday shopping earlier than ever, merchants are expecting historical peak trends, and fraudsters will try to take advantage of this. To prepare for the uptick in BOPIS fraud this holiday season, consider enacting both short-term and long-term fraud mitigation strategies to protect yourself and your customers.

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Will Shadow Code Grinch Ecommerce This Holiday Season?

| Ameet Naik

Shadow Code effectively solves real problems and accelerates web development, critical to giving online holiday shoppers a stellar experience. But it does carry risks and could Grinch the holidays. You need to build guardrails that enable your team to develop innovative web applications while detecting and stopping malicious code.

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Of Content Fraud, Consumers and COVID-19

| Mike O'Brien

Digital fraudsters are nothing if not opportunistic, and the current pandemic is an excellent example. Many reports from consultants and researchers talk of increasing scams and tricks, and “content fraud” is on the rise. Jeff Sakasegawa, a trust and safety architect at fraud prevention firm Sift, talks about the problem and his findings.

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Coronavirus Crisis Presents Greater Risk of Ecommerce Fraud, Experts Say

| Mike O'Brien

If nothing else, bad actors perpetrating ecommerce transaction fraud are clever opportunists, and a crisis like the ongoing coronavirus outbreak is proving a perfect opportunity for them to prey upon unsuspecting sellers and consumers, experts agree. The rise of contactless deliveries and working from home are among the entry points.

New JavaScript Skimmer Stealing Customer Data from Ecommerce Sites

| Douglas P. Clement

Visa is warning ecommerce merchants about a new JavaScript skimmer targeting customer data entered at the point-of-sale (POS) in payment forms on sellers’ websites. Pipka is able to remove itself from the HTML code after it is successfully executed, thereby avoiding detection. Visa is giving merchants a list of mitigation measures.

Don’t Be the Next Data Breach Headline This Holiday Season

| Chad McDonald

The holiday shopping season is practically upon us, which means savvy consumers are getting ready for the best sales of the year. Unfortunately, they’re not the only ones preparing to take advantage of the season. Learn about the serious threats posed by bad actors like Magecart groups, and what steps you can take now to be protected.