For decades, companies focused their security budgets heavily on protecting their servers against intruders. Everything inside the firewall became sacred ground, especially after GDRP brought forward record-breaking fines for data breaches.

But the past months brought forward a new threat that is catching small and large corporations alike unprepared: Magecart. As attackers evolve their M.O. to avoid having to penetrate companies’ firewalls, they identified that companies have spent little effort in securing the client-side of their web applications. This growing wave of Magecart credit card skimming attacks has proved time and time again how even large corporations like British Airways or Forbes can fall prey to client-side attacks.

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