As an eCommerce platform, Magento is a key target for hackers. To keep both business and customer data secure, it’s essential to always be monitoring the site, removing malware, and deploying security patches as needed. Automatically find and fix threats within your Magento website with SiteLock.
Magento has had more than 200 security vulnerabilities reported since 2015. That might not seem like a lot, but it's almost 34 times a year that would require you to patch Magento before hackers strike. As an open-source application with thousands of third party extensions that bring additional risks, it requires weekly security updates.
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Magento’s open-source platform is designed for powerful websites but lacks the security needed to remain free from vulnerabilities or requires a mix and match of extensions from different vendors.
Plugin integrations are a thing of the past! Connect via secure FTP for optimal security and performance
Detect and get notifications on cybersecurity threats such as malware bots, spam, blacklistings, and anything out of the ordinary
Armed with a list of backend vulnerabilities, you can choose how to resolve these with ease
Continue to find and fix issues found in our admin panel with our user-friendly functionality
With SiteLock, you get a fully optimized and affordable security solution for your Magento site, configurable all in a matter of minutes. When compared to Magento Security Extension, you get a lot more coverage for less.
$499 per year (max)
$249 per year
Frequently Asked Questions
Magento 1 hasn’t had any notable support releases since mid-2014, as the company has been focused mainly on the latest version, Magento 2, since 2015. Both Magento Commerce 1 and Magento Open Source have since continued to receive security patches, but these stopped as of June 2020.
Solutions like WordFence and Sucuri were developed specifically for WordPress. SiteLock is one of the few security providers focused on providing complete malware protection, vulnerability patching, web application firewall, backups, and PCI compliance! All wrapped into a single service & dashboard so you can protect 1 or 100 Magento sites easily.
If you have a security issue you’d like addressed or reviewed, we’d suggest signing up and letting SiteLock do an initial Scan. It will identify any issues and provide the ability to fix them. In addition to removing malware, patching vulnerabilities, and cleaning up your site, the addition of SiteLock’s WAF (Web Application Firewall) will provide ongoing real-time protection.
Absolutely! Offsite backups for both your database and files are available via SiteLock. On top of our industry-leading security suite, your files & databases will be stored offsite within our secure data centers.
Yes! As per PCI DSS regulations, the WAF must be up to date, generate audit logs, and either block attacks or generate a security alert if an imminent attack is suspected. SiteLock’s WAF is pre-configured and ready to use with Magento, so in as little as 10 minutes, you can be fully protected and one step closer to PCI compliance.
Yes. If you have the WAF (Web Application Firewall) enabled, you’ll be fully protected by SQL Injection and XSS Attacks. The WAF is designed to protect from zero-day exploits and when utilized with SiteLock’s Magento security patches, provides a complete solution.