Integrity for static assets
Keep track of changes in your static files and get alerted when intrusions happen

Why?

Recent Breaches In The News

British Airways

British Airways announced it had suffered a breach resulting in the theft of customer data. In interviews with the BBC, the company noted that around 380,000 customers could have been affected and that the stolen information included personal and payment information

-RiskIQ

Ticketmaster

A recent breach at Ticketmaster was just "the tip of the iceberg" of a wider, massive credit card skimming operation, new research has found. At least 800 e-commerce sites are said to be affected, after they included code developed by third-party companies and later altered by hackers

-ZDNet

Newegg

The breach of Newegg shows the true extent of Magecart operators’ reach. These attacks are not confined to certain geolocations or specific industries—any organization that processes payments online is a target ... they integrated with the victim’s payment system

-RiskIQ

Keep your sites' assets secure

Have confidence that your js assets are exactly as you left them. No suprises if someone manages to commandeer your CMS or a CDN

Navigate deeply into your site

Let Magehash do the tedious work for you. Enter your sites in the dashboard and magehash will navigate with sessions to any page on your site, including payment forms, and shopping carts

Get notified of changes by email

Notifications happen when any js on your site changes. If you change your js as part of a deploy, a new hash will be generated automatically and you can safely ignore any warnings