As per the announcement by Adobe, it will end support for the 12-year-old Magento 1.x release for both Magento Commerce and Magento Open Source on June 30, 2020. Beyond the EOS date, Adobe will not be responding to any further security issues for Magento 1. And thus, Magento released the final patch Magento SUPEE 11346 on 22nd June 2020, which provides resolution to multiple critical security issues. These security enhancements help secure your Magento stores from cross-site scripting, arbitrary code execution, and sensitive data disclosure vulnerabilities as well as other security issues.
We recommend all the Magento 1.x users to upgrade to the latest Magento 220.127.116.11 or install the patch Magento security patch 11346 to secure your Magento stores from potential threats.
Methods to Install Magento SUPEE 11346:
Each method in detail,
Contact your hosting provider for help with setting up SSH.
Download Magento SUPEE 11346 Patches files for your Magento Version from here.
Upload the patch into your Magento root directory and run the appropriate SSH command:
For .sh file extension:
For .patch file extension:
patch —p0 < patch_file_name.patch
For Linux OS or Ubuntu derived machines:
On Linux OS or Ubuntu derived machines, using sh will throw an error as sh is supposed to be used only with purely POSIX compliant scripts and Magento scripts are not 100% POSIX compliant. Instead, on Ubuntu and derived OSes such as Linux Mint, you should use
Note: Once executed the command, refresh the cache in the Admin under “System > Cache Management” so that the changes can be reflected. We strongly recommend that you test all patches in a test environment before taking them live.
Download the Magento version zip file as per your version requirement. You can also download these PrePatched files from Github. Once you download these files, just upload it to your Magento root folder.
How to check if Magento SUPEE 11346 has been installed correctly?
Check if the steps to install Magento SUPEE 11346 has been implemented correctly or not using magereport.com
Another way to check for the patches installed is, using SSH. Every installed patch can be found in your store content specifically logged in to app/etc/applied.patches.list.
So you can use the ‘grep’ command to access the list:
grep ‘|' app/etc/applied.patches.list
You’ll get output like this:
SUPEE-11346_CE_18.104.22.168 | CE_22.214.171.124 | v1 | a7bbf3ed17e3cf723cbc5e01720856190d22c71b | Thu Jun 25 10:21:14 2020 +0530 | ce-126.96.36.199-dev
How to revert a patch if you are facing any issue?
Run the following SSH Command to revert your patch.
sh patch-file-name.sh -R
For both the above methods, if you face any difficulties in the Magento SUPEE patch installation, feel free to post them in the Comments section below. I’ll help you out. Don’t forget to comment down your Magento version along with the issue to help you out quicker and better.
Follow Magento StackExchange to find the possible issues related to Magento SUPEE 11346 and their solutions.
We highly recommend upgrading your Magento to the latest version Magento 188.8.131.52 which includes all the security patches including SUPEE 11346. If you need any help regarding Magento Version Upgrade, Checkout our Magento Upgrade Service.
We can also help you install Magento SUPEE 11346 professionally, visit our Magento Security Patches Installation Service.
With nearing of Magento 1 end of life, we recommend you to migrate your older Magento 1.x stores to the latest Magento 2.3.5 version and enjoy the latest features such as Page Builder, PWA Studio, and much more. If you are not much a Magento 2 guy, have a look at our Magento 2 Migration Service to get our professional help in the Magento 1 to Magento 2 migration.
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