Cloudflare has launched a new web security offering to prevent Magecart-style attacks.
Countless companies have, and continue to, fall prey to Magecart attacks. Past victims include British Airways, Ticketmaster, Newegg, and Boom! Mobile.
To combat this issue, on Thursday, Cloudflare debuted Page Shield, a client-side security solution.
Script Monitor, currently in Beta and found under the Firewall section of customer dashboards, also adds a Content-Security-Policy-Report-Only header to content passing through Cloudflare's network.
Business and Enterprise customers can now sign up to access the Page Shield closed beta.
Earlier this week, the company introduced Cloudflare Browser Isolation, a zero-trust browser system for protecting the remote workforce -- and the organizations they work for -- from threats by creating a gap between active browsing sessions and end-devices.
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