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But these risks have been fixed by new releases! Right?
Pim wrote:But these risks have been fixed by new releases! Right?
simply read the page wich the first post links to:
The PHP Group has released a new PHP version, 4.2.2, which incorporates a fix for the vulnerability. All users of affected PHP versions are encouraged to upgrade to this latest version. The downloads web site at: http://www.php.net/downloads.php
has the new 4.2.2 source tarballs, Windows binaries, and source patches from 4.2.0 and 4.2.1 available for download.
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