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Authorize.net AIM Module - Security notice

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Posted 02 August 2012 - 12:08 AM

bravo511

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Regards,

A few minutes ago I received an email with the subject: "[PrestaShop] Authorize.net AIM Module - Security notice."
Curiously, the sender is "PrestaShopnewsletter@prestashop.coma través de mail49.us1.mcsv.net" in previous e-mails will not be received this way from servers of Mailchimp.

Please verify the authenticity of this mail, informing an update Authorize.net module.

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I appreciate a prompt response, I'm paranoid (?)

Thank you.

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Edited by bravo511, 02 August 2012 - 12:09 AM.


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Posted 02 August 2012 - 12:25 AM

Dh42

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It is authentic. You should upgrade your module if you are using anything less than the current module in the shop.

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Posted 02 August 2012 - 12:37 AM

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Thank you very much, :D

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Posted 02 August 2012 - 05:45 PM

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A few minutes ago I received an email with the subject: "[PrestaShop] Authorize.net AIM Module - Security notice.


Why this info is not posted here so people who do not have a newsletter subscription (e.g. I) can learn about it.

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Posted 02 August 2012 - 07:30 PM

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I wonder to how many people this got sent to. Since it didn't come thru the normal newsletter channel.

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Posted 02 August 2012 - 07:40 PM

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For those that didn't the email here is the contents.
Dear PrestaShop user,

It is PrestaShop's mission to offer the best e-commerce solution to online merchants around the world. Part of ensuring each merchants success rests in our ability to provide the highest security standards as part of our solution.

Thanks to Lesley Paone, an active community member and pioneer of the forum, we have been made aware of a potential security loophole in older versions of the Authorize.net AIM module. You are receiving this email because you might be using a version of the Authorize.net AIM module that may have such security loophole. Continuing to use this older module could result in the exploitation of the security loophole by fraudsters and may harm your business. While there have been no reports from users or merchants of a security breach, PrestaShop has developed a fix in the latest version of the Authorize.net module.

We kindly urge you to download and install the new version of the module immediately in order to continue enjoying the best e-commerce experience with PrestaShop. By doing so, your store will be protected from this exploit.

You can download the latest version of the module by clicking here.

The upgrade can be completed easily by performing the following tasks:
  • Visit addons.prestashop.com
  • Download the Authorize.net module and save it to your desktop
  • Login to your Back Office
  • Click the Modules tab
  • Locate your current Authorize.net module
  • Click configure
  • Take note of your Authorize.net login information
  • Click the Modules tab
  • Click Add a module from your computer
  • On the right side, click browse and point to the Authorize.netaim.zip file on your desktop
  • Click upload
  • Navigate to the uploaded Authorize.net module
  • Click configure
  • Verify your log in information
  • You're done! You can now verify that the module works properly in your front office
If you need help installing or updating the latest version of the Authorize.net module, you can send us an email at support-usa@prestashop.com. You are also invited to call our technical support team at 1.888.947.6543, between 10am and 5pm EST.


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