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there are multiple patch are available.
that we install in our site

i just want a script to find out which patch are install in my magento site.

anyone help?

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Like Krishna said, you can check applied.patches.list.

Also there is a good checker which helps for normal users without server details or dont know how to check.

Here: https://www.magereport.com/

You will get what you need and even more :)

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You can find the applied patches applied.patches.list in the app/etc/ directory. When we apply patches this files are generated automatically.

Next to that the patch is nothing more than a diff file so you can see what it should change when you open it and check in the targeted file if it is indeed changed.

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Additionally to other people's answers Philip Jackson developped a small free module to be able to check the applied patches from the backend. It's available here: https://github.com/philwinkle/Philwinkle_AppliedPatches

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