Magento has officially announced that Magento 1 will reach end of life (EOL) on June 1, 2020. No quality fixes or security patches will be deployed for Magento Commerce 1 or Magento Open Source 1 after this date.
As a consequence, using Magento 1 after June 1, 2020 makes your business highly vulnerable to security breaches, and unable to comply with the Payment Card Industry Data Security Standards (PCI DSS).
What you need to do
To keep your business secure and compliant, and continue processing payments with Adyen, you need to migrate to Magento 2 or another platform.
In anticipation of any merchants migrating to Magento 2, we have already released our Magento 2 payments plugin. For a full list of platforms that we currently support, refer to our Technology partners.
If you are using Magento 1, we will reach out to you to inform you about the changes.
When you need to migrate
We recommend that you start the migration to your new platform as soon as possible, as it takes time.
Consequences of using Magento 1 after June 1, 2020
As Magento will not release any security patches for Magento Commerce 1 and Magento Open Source 1 as of June 1, 2020, your business is highly vulnerable to security breaches where cardholder data can be stolen. This puts the security of your customers and your business at risk, and makes you liable for fines, losses and costs incurred as a result of a breach.
Furthermore, using Magento 1 after June 1, 2020 makes you unable to comply with the Payment Card Industry Data Security Standards (PCI DSS), which can result in non-compliance fines.
Since Adyen is your payment processor, we cannot help you with the details of the migration process. For assistance with the migration process, contact your IT department, system integrator, or your new platform.
Affected Magento 1 versions
All versions of Magento Commerce 1 and Magento Open Source 1 will be deprecated as of June 1, 2020.
For a complete overview of the Magento Software Lifecycle Policy, refer to Magento documentation.