Shopware Commerce Platform Vulnerability – Update Your Installation Now

CVSScvssV3_1: 7.6

Shopware is an open source e-commerce platform that allows merchants to build online stores. A vulnerability was discovered in its Flow Builder functionality that could allow malicious actors to perform unauthorized requests to internal systems.

The Flow Builder does not properly validate URLs when creating webhook actions. This means external URLs could be used to trigger requests that should only happen internally. An attacker may be able trick the system into accessing private backend endpoints or even hosting malicious payloads.

Older versions prior to are affected. While a security plugin can help mitigate risks for 6.4, updating to the latest version is recommended. Shopware has released fixes to address this issue of improper input sanitization.

If you use Shopware to power your online store, be sure to update immediately. Check that your installation is running the latest version or has the security plugin installed if on 6.4. Failing to patch known vulnerabilities leaves the door open for hackers to potentially access sensitive customer data or even take over administration access.

Staying on top of software updates is one of the best ways to protect your business from cyber threats. Take action now to secure your Shopware deployment and keep customer information safe.