Maximizing Your Online Store’s Potential with Magento 2 Development

In today’s digital landscape, having a strong online presence is essential for businesses to reach and engage with customers. An e-commerce platform is a crucial component of your online presence, providing the foundation for your online store and helping you grow your business. Magento 2 is one of the leading e-commerce platforms on the market, … Read more

Why you should use Magento 2 in 2023

Magento 2 is a robust and feature-rich e-commerce platform that has been designed to meet the needs of online businesses in 2023. With its improved performance, enhanced user experience, advanced customization options, and increased security, Magento 2 is the go-to platform for many e-commerce businesses. Improved Performance and Scalability Magento 2 has been optimized to … Read more

Use-Case for Encrypted Custom Fields and why are they rendered as input type=”text” and not as type=”password” on standard UI?

Can’t understand why Encrypted Custom Fields are not rendered as type=”password” on the standard UI. The first time you input or later if you change the content, it’s just plain text. If you come back to the edit screen, it is at least replaced by * – but still exposing the length… This odd behavior leads to very risky side-effects, e. g. if you use it for passwords or other sensitive data, it typically ends up in your browsers form-cache and may be accidentally disclosed to people who look on your screen.

How to detect and block visual force page from scraping?

We are considering developing a new version of our website (where our customers can purchase and manage certain types of content) on the force.com platform. Looking into the impact of governor limits we analyzed some visitor and page request data of our current website. One of the conclusions was that there is a high likelihood that some of our customers are web scraping our website for information.

Is there any security vulnerabilities in running a local python file with a connection string to a database?

So I’ve been scowering the web for an answer, but haven’t found one that quite satisfies my curiosity/anxiety. I’m running a python script to insert data from a collection of XL files into a database. Is there any possibility of security breaches while running the script locally? I think my hesitation is derived from having to hard code the password into the connection string. Any insights would be much appreciated!

What does it mean to escape a string?

I was reading Does $_SESSION[‘username’] need to be escaped before getting into an SQL query? and it said “You need to escape every string you pass to the sql query, regardless of its origin”. Now I know something like this is really basic. A Google search turned up over 20, 000 results. Stackoverflow alone had 20 pages of results but no one actually explains what escaping a string is or how to do it. It is just assumed. Can you help me? I want to learn because as always I am making a web app in PHP.