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I made sure to remove 5994 and the old 6285 patch as can be seen in the following:

user@domain.com [~/public_html]# sh PATCH_SUPEE-5994_CE_1.6.0.0_v1-2015-05-15-04-34-46.sh -R
Checking if patch can be applied/reverted successfully...
Patch was applied/reverted successfully.

user@domain.com [~/public_html]# sh PATCH_SUPEE-6285_CE_1.9.1.1_v1-2015-07-10-08-10-09.sh -R
Checking if patch can be applied/reverted successfully...
Patch was applied/reverted successfully.

user@domain.com [~/public_html]# sh PATCH_SUPEE-6285_CE_1.9.1.1_v2-2015-07-08-08-07-43.sh -R
Checking if patch can be applied/reverted successfully...
Patch was applied/reverted successfully.

I then installed SUPEE-5994 and 6285 version 2:

user@domain.com [~/public_html]# sh PATCH_SUPEE-5994_CE_1.6.0.0_v1-2015-05-15-04-34-46.sh
Checking if patch can be applied/reverted successfully...
Patch was applied/reverted successfully.

user@domain.com [~/public_html]# sh PATCH_SUPEE-6285_CE_1.9.1.1_v2-2015-07-08-08-07-43.sh
Checking if patch can be applied/reverted successfully...
Patch was applied/reverted successfully.

I then deleted the content of /var/cache, /var/session and /var/tmp, however when I log into the Magento admin panel I am still getting the following popup message:

July 7, 2015: New Magento Security Patch (SUPEE-6285) – Install Immediately

I had no errors during the patch installations and Google doesn't seem to have any information on this. Can someone please assist?

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The messages in the backend are an RSS feed, created by magento (and everyone else which hooks into this) and shown by Mage_AdminNotification

If you have done everything you can mark it as read.

  • Oh, so that would be it. Thank you for the information. :) – Neekoy Jul 17 '15 at 22:27
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    Upvoted your comment since I didn't have enough reputation to do this when I initially asked the question. – Neekoy Nov 20 '15 at 22:09

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