Latest Magento Security Updates & Version Information
Current Version: Magento Open Source 2.4.6
Instead of the Magento Security Center, individual security issues & updates for Adobe Commerce and Magento Open Source will now be documented in Adobe’s Security Bulletin.
A full list of security updates is available here: Security Updates for Magento
|Bulletin ID||Date Published||Priority|
|APSB23-17||March 14, 2023||3|
Affected Versions at Risk
- 2.4.4-p2 and earlier versions
- 2.4.5-p1 and earlier version
Magento Open Source
- Magento Open Source 2.4.4-p2 and earlier versions
- Magento Open Source 2.4.5-p1 and earlier versions
|Product||Updated Version||Platform||Priority Rating||Installation Instructions|
|Adobe Commerce||2.4.4-p2 & 2.4.5-p1||All||3||2.4.x release notes|
|Magento Open Source||2.4.5-p1 and 2.4.4-p2||All||3|
Magento Open Source FAQs
What is the latest version of Magento?
The current version of Magento Open Source is 2.4.6
Install a version on-premise with instructions here
Adobe Commerce’s current version is also 2.4.5
What’s new in Magento Open Source?
You can visit Adobe for full Magento Open Source release information
When did Magento 2.4 come out?
Magento 2.4.0 was released on
July 28 2020
When was Magento 2.3 released?
Magento 2.3 was released on November 28th 2018
Adobes Magento Lifecycle Policy states that support for Magento 2.3 will officially end on September 8 2022.
When was Magento 2 released?
Magento 2 was released on November 17 2015.
Will there be a Magento 3?
There is no official word on this yet – but let us know if you’ve heard otherwise.
Here is the official Magento release schedule from Adobe.
Is Magento 1 still available?
Official support from Adobe the owner of Magento ended in June 2020. In the official end-of-life statement, Adobe said
“Adobe will end support for the 12-year-old Magento 1.x release line for both Magento Commerce and Magento Open Source on June 30, 2020. “
A community drive form of Magento 1 is available via https://www.openmage.org/
OpenMage LTS allows Magento 1.x EOL merchants to continue running a secure, stable Magento-based platform while remaining PCI compliant.