I just had trouble to install the SUPEE-1533 and SUPEE-5344 on CE 126.96.36.199. I did it through the FTP method from Magentary.
Question is then : how can I make sure that my Magento install got all security patches properly installed?
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If you want to be sure the patches are installed properly (and more security checks, check https://www.MageReport.com (shoplift.byte.nl also redirects now)
Ways how you can ensure you have all latest security patches applied:
Test if your site is still vulnerable at https://shoplift.byte.nl
While this is self-promotion, I am still posting it as I think this may help someone who is looking for such kind of security extension for their Magento store.
We have developed an extension that checks for common misconfigurations and vulnerabilities in Magento and gives you exact information on how to fix/resolve them. FYI, it also includes ShopLift test to let you know if you are vulnerable to it. Magento connect page of MageSecure: http://www.magentocommerce.com/magento-connect/magesecure-security-extension.html
All other methods (like Securi, MageReport...) check front end files only. If you started patch installation and something went wrong, this tools will tell you you are good, although you might not be.
MageFence security extension check all files from back end. It scan for necessary changes in ALL files that had to be patched for each separate Magento patch from Magento CE 1.7 to 188.8.131.52. Further more, it will report not only missing security patches but all patches for your version of Magento CE. This extension has many more security features that will detect, protect and enforce your Magento shop.
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