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Magento 2.0.1 Released – Avails Security Patches

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Magento releases updates and security patches for essential for consumers. If you are among the many online businesses whose webstore is built using Magento, then you must consider upgrading to Magento 2.0.1.

eCommerce market is witnessing the biggest release of the year! Are you one of those online businesses that is looking to improve their web presence as a eCommerce business. Then, we have the most convincing answer. Without a doubt it is Magento 2.0.1!

If you are among the many online businesses whose webstore is built using Magento, then you must consider upgrading to Magento 2.0.1.It offers innovative back-ends solutions for eCommerce websites and is specially designed for supporting the requirements of a WebStore.

These updates offer improvement in framework, compatibility, support and security. It also includes official support for PHP 7.0.2. This support will improve the overall performance of Magento by reducing the consumption of the memory space. This version is said to offer security improvements with Magento 2 installation and platform. It comes with General Import, Testing, Performance, Installations, Upgradations and known PHP syntax issues. Among the fixes, we have listed a few here:

  • SQL injection
  • Reflected XSS in cookie HTTP header
  • Ability for users to bypass filter by editing inline translations
  • Ability to access core system information using CMS blocks and cache entries
  • Ability to bypass Magento storefront CAPTCHA
  • Ability for unauthenticated users to delete any product review from the storefront
  • Attackers able to access order information in the store
  • Lack of password quality enforcement when changing admin passwords

To migrate from Magento 1 to Magento 2 module, you can use the Code Migration Tool:https://goo.gl/ijfQEH,this will help you migrate smoothly to the new version. For more information, visit:http://goo.gl/21XRJu. You can also take advantage of the Magento Cloud Hosting:http://goo.gl/yUwOM and enjoy cloud based Magento solutions.

Information Source: (http://www.cloudways.com/blog/magento-2-0-1-releases/)

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