How to Install MO-14 Patch by Mage-One in Magento
Magento has ended the support for Magento 1 on June 30, 2020.
There was panic among the Magento 1 store owners with the store’s security concern. Following to this panic and security concern, Meetanshi partnered with Mage One to support Magento 1 store merchants after M1 EOL.
Mage One offers patches for:
- Security Vulnerabilities of Magento 1 Community Edition Core Code
- incompatibilities due to new PHP versions
- incompatibilities due to new Server or MySQL versions
Though it is recommended to migrate to Magento 2 and leverage the benefits of the latest Magento 2 version, for time being, when you are planning the migration process, opting for these security patches is a wise decision.
Mage One has released the MO-14 patch that prevents the parallel logins for the same user account, i.e., session attack for backend and frontend.
Install MO-14 patch by Mage One in Magento 1 store with the method given here or hire a certified Magento developer as recommended by Mage One as they have sufficient experience to patch corresponding files of your customization.
Steps to Install MO-14 Patch by Mage-One in Magento:
It is highly recommended to take a database backup before the installation process. You can use a file versioning software like Git.
Also, first of all, install the MO-14 patch in the staging environment. Once tested, the changes can be installed live with the help of the versioning software.
The MO-14 patch can be applied locally or in the staging environment, then committed and pushed normally.
Now, follow these steps:
- Upload the local file into the
<Magento_root>on the server using SFTP, SSH or your normal transport method.
- Verify if the file is in the correct directory or not.
- Run the below commands according to the patch extension in the command line interface:
$ patch -p1 < /path/to/file
- Refresh cache by logging in to the admin panel and navigate to System > Cache Management for the changes to be reflected in the user interface. If required, renew the indices.
If you want to revert the patch, run this command:
$ patch -R -p1 < /path/to/file
That’s all for MO-14 patch installation in Magento 1 store!
Find it easy? That’s great. Also, you can always ask your doubts in the Comments section below and I’d be happy to help.
Or you can simply opt for the Magento Security Patch Installation service by Meetanshi and leave the rest on us for ensuring the store’s security!
It is important for the Magento 1 store owners to acknowledge the MO-14 patch release of the medium risk category and install it. Therefore, please share the post with them via social media.