I could finally manage to install the patches with the help of
After the test at https://shoplift.byte.nl/
I still receive the message:
WARNING The Magento shop at www.... is VULNERABLE to the Shoplift bug. You should fix it ASAP.
And the fix is:
I applied the patch but this site says I'm still vulnerable?
First, this site caches results for 5 minutes. Second, you should empty all your local caches. This includes flushing caches from within Magento, restarting your PHP-FPM service (opcode cache), and disabling or re-compiling the Magento PHP compilation (System -> Tools -> Compilation).
I did all of it exept that I cannot run the opcode cache reset () ar my server.
Is there an easy way to do that?
Thanks a lot!
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Try this one,
If doesn't help, can you ask your hosting provider?
The next step after recompile and manually deleting all the subfolders in var/cache/ would be to do a manual compare between the patched files and the files out of a fresh copy of the Magento install archive.
Hopefully the following will have some pointers
If you're still using APC cache
Either function could be put in a php script and run by calling it through the web server. It has to run in the same process that created the cache so a command line execute of the script won't do the job.
Thank you for your answer! I will sure try that and let you know!
Still I continue with the same prob:-(
The support from my server also has no clue. He just told me that the PHP-FPM was not active on the server.
The functions of opcache also don`t seem to work.
Sorry, but I cannot find any way to clean the server cache or restart the php....
Gratefull for any futher ideas!
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