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PHP Security Consortium:
Five SecurityFocus Summaries Posted
November 21, 2005 @ 06:31:56

The PHP Security Consortium has posted several SecurityFocus summaries today - #324, #323, #322, #317, #316.

  • Applications in #324 include: Invision Power Board, PHPList, YaBB, TikiWiki, phpAdsNew, and PHPWebThings.
  • Applications in #323 include: PHP errors with parse_str and phpinfo, Invision Gallery, PHPCafe, EyeOS, Simple PHP Blog, PHP Handicappe, and vBulletin.
  • Applications included in #322 include: phpMyAdmin, PHPNuke, Platinum DBoardGear, PHP-Fusion, XOOPS, MyBulletinBoard, Mantis, and PHP Advanced Transfer Manager
  • Applications included in #317 include: CutePHP, VBulletin, PunBB, PHPMyFAQ, Simplog, and Land Down Under
  • Applications included in #316 include: PunBB, PHP-Nuke, PHPTagCool, ATutor, CutePHP, and AEwebworks.

If you are using any of the above applications, it's suggested that you update immediately. Also, if this not by far a complete listing of the applications listed in these simmaries. Be sure to check out the listing on each to see if your application is effected...

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