Release 6364: Magento 2 preinstall updated to 2.3.2

Magento released the new Magento 2 version 2.3.2 yesterday. The Magento 2 preinstall on Hypernode has been updated to this new version. The new preinstalled version when you order a Hypernode will now be 2.3.2. $ bin/magento –version Magento CLI 2.3.2 If you want to try out this new Magento version with the official sample […]

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Release 6360: PHP 7.2 updated to 7.2.19, libsodium updated for Magento 2.3.2

In this release we will update our PHP 7.2 installation from 7.2.16 to 7.2.19. We compiled this new version to include sodium 1.17, following last week Thursday’s posting on the Magento DevBlog about the system requirements for the new and upcoming Magento Open Source and Commerce v2.3.2. While libsodium was already available on Hypernode for […]

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Release 6339: Improved logrotation for Elasticsearch, installed prips and more

In this release we have made a couple of small changes: improved our logrotation policies for Elasticsearch installed prips for printing IP ranges updated the before_redir.block_product_frontend_action NGINX configuration if unaltered to take into account alternative routes. Thanks Cipriano!

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Show credit card hijack indicators, show no magento install found reasons, improve SUPEE10975 and bugfixes

Credit card hijack indicators We often receive questions about why a shop is showing up as vulnerable for the credit card hijack check. To make this more clear to users we’re now showing exactly which indicators we found on the webshop. This should be relatively easy to use for other checks as well, so expect […]

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Release 6334: Install dos2unix

In this release we have installed the dos2unix package for converting DOS/MAC formats to UNIX. Thanks to RIFF for the suggestion.

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Improved SUPEE-10975, more malware signatures and Cloudflare check removal

Malware signatures In this release we’ve added over 2400 new malware signatures to the credit card hijack check. So make sure to scan your shop for new malware on magereport.com Improved SUPEE-10975 check We recently got messages from several users indicating that the SUPEE-10975 check was giving false positives. We’ve listened to this feedback and […]

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Release 6305: Increase max clause count for Elasticsearch

In this release we will change the max_clause_count from the default value of 1024 to 4096. This change should prevent this error from happening under specific circumstances: {“type”:”too_many_clauses”,”reason”:”maxClauseCount is set to 1024″} The indices.query.bool.max_clause_count setting can not be set during runtime, for that reason we’ve configured it in /etc/elasticsearch/elasticsearch.yml. Changes will be deployed over the […]

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Release 6302: Mitigate unauthenticated SQL injection for Magento 2.2.0 <= 2.3.0

In this release we have deployed a user configurable server side mitigation for a security vulnerability that has been recently patched in Magento 2. For more information about the exploit in question see this article by Ambionics Security. Keep in mind that it is still important that you patch your shop as server side mitigations […]

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Release 6297: Magento 2 preinstall updated to 2.3.1

Magento released a new version of Magento 2 yesterday. The Magento 2 preinstall on Hypernode has been updated to reflect this. The new preinstalled version when you order a Hypernode is 2.3.1. ./bin/magento –version Magento CLI 2.3.1 If you want to try out the new Magento version with the official sample data (the Luma demo […]

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Release 6293: Prevent misconfigured stores from sharing sessions between production and staging

In this release we’ve changed our configuration to set a different path for the PHP session files for the staging webroot to prevent the accidental sharing of sessions with the production environment. If this however was the intended behavior (in case you use staging to share the live data sources), you can configure the session.save_path […]

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Release 6289: hypernode-servicectl can also restart Elasticsearch

In this release we will push an update to the hypernode-servicectl command-line tool that will make it so that the app user is now also privileged to restart the Elasticsearch service. The new option will appear when you have Elasticsearch enabled on your node. app@wifawm-hypernode-magweb-cmbl:~$ hypernode-servicectl –help usage: hypernode-servicectl [-h] [–version] [action] [service [service …]] […]

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Release 6271: PHP updates, 7.1.27-1 and 7.2.16-1

We have updated our PHP 7.1 version from 7.1.16-1 to 7.1.27-1 and the PHP 7.2 version from 7.2.7-2 to 7.2.16-1. For a complete list of changes see the PHP 7 ChangeLog. This update will be deployed on all Hypernodes that have either of these PHP versions enabled over the course of the coming week. To […]

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Release 6270: Elasticsearch for Magento and Shopware on Hypernode

In this release we have added built-in support for Elasticsearch on Hypernode. While previously it was already possible to use Elasticsearch with your Hypernode by connecting to an external search provider, we have now made it possible to use Elasticsearch for your Magento and Shopware shop on Hypernode without requiring any external service or configuration. […]

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Release 6249: Larger tmp_table_size and max_heap if tmp_on_data option enabled

In this release we will increase the tmp_table_size and max_heap_table_size setting from the default 64MB value that is configured on Hypernode to 256MB if the previously existing configurable option mysql_tmp_on_data_enabled is enabled. The mysql_tmp_on_data_enabled setting that can be configured using the hypernode-api or using the hypernode-systemctl command-line tool enables users to make MySQL store temporary […]

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Release 6242: Additional automated problem diagnostic emails

In this release we add automated email notifications for two more common issues that are sometimes detected by the diagnostic processes in our autohealing. Redis out of memory Occasionally the autohealing will detect that the Redis instance on the node is out of memory and no more keys can be placed in the cache. When […]

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Release 6241: new Grow plan with more memory

Today we released a new Grow plan with more memory, for the same price as the old Grow plan. A Grow plan now gets you 3GB RAM, 640MB of Redis cache, 2 cores and 44GB of storage. This makes this plan more compatible with newer Magento 2 versions. The Grow Development plan has also been […]

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Release 6239: Block PayPal Payflow denial of service attack

In this release we will deploy a new fail2ban rule that will block IPs based on repeated requests to the /paypal/transparent/requestSecureToken/ endpoint of the PayPal Payflow extension. Malicious requests to this endpoint seem to be able to cause a denial of service by letting the shop issue a suspiciously large amount of test authorizations even […]

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Release 6233: Block any requests for Adminer by default

In a previous release we deployed server-side mitigation to block requests to Adminer URLs from various countries that were known to be the origin of ongoing brute force attacks. Initially we only blocked a conservative amount of countries to not impact any legitimate use of Adminer from the countries our customers generally operate from. Additionally, […]

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Release 6232: PHP 5.6.40 and a Dehydrated tweak

We have updated our PHP 5.6 version from 5.6.36-1 to 5.6.40-1. For a complete list of changes see the PHP 5.6 ChangeLog. This update will be deployed on all Hypernodes that have PHP 5.6 enabled over the course of this week. In other news, we have altered our Dehydrated fork to keep an accounts directory […]

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release-22: Change your PHP version from Control Panel

Change your PHP version Now you can change the PHP version directly from the PHP page. Simply select a version and make the change.

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20190218.1 – Updated credit card hijack with more recent malware scanner signatures

In this release we have once again updated the MageReport credit card hijack check with the newer signatures. These signatures are the ones that are also already being used for the nightly platform wide Magento malware scan.

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Release 6202: Mark processes as unkillable when out of memory

In this release we add a command that can be used to start processes that will never be OOM-killed even when the system is completely out of memory. When a Hypernode runs low on memory and a process lays claim on previously allocated pages when there is no more RAM available, the Linux kernel will […]

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release-21: My Hypernode & PHP

My Hypernode We’ve added a simple page with some specs of your Hypernode. Such as CPU core count, storage usage, RAM and more.   PHP version The second page added in this release is the PHP version page. See what PHP version your Hypernode is running there. Changing the PHP version from the page is […]

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Release 6192: More recent signatures for Magento malware scanner, PHP 7.0 updated to the latest version

In this release we have added the more recent malware signatures of the magento malware scanner to Hypernode. The nightly scans will now scan for 5355 versus the previous 2610 that were available in the open source mwscan. Keep in mind that if this week you receive a notice of detected malware it does not […]

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