The new Linux Operating System Vulnerability Dirty COW (CVE-2016-5195) has been patched on all server kernels of Measured Designs hosting.
After installing Magento security patch SUPEE 7405, individual order pages no longer appeared within Magento’s admin section.
Magento has been inundated with patches and security fixes. I recently encountered several odd php files on a client’s site that flagged up on MageReport as ransomware: a Magento virus that encrypts all Magento core files and demands a ransom to give you access to your site.
Magento – missing blocks after 220.127.116.11 update. After updating a Magento site to v 18.104.22.168, I noticed that the randomised block code used on the homepage was missing.
Solved – applied.patches.list” must be writeable. The issue wasn’t permissions but file format. It had been saved as Unix, so needed converting to UTF-8.
Magento – Patch SUPEE-6482. magentocommerce.com has released a further security patch (SUPEE-6482) which it recommends is installed immediately.
Magento – reverting a security patch. I just received the following email from Magento, just as I was about to pack up for the weekend!
Magento has released critical patch being SUPEE-5994. However, when trying to apply the patch for one Magento site, I received the following PEAR (input line 347) error