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Ilia Alshanetsky's Blog:
Month of PHP Bugs
February 07, 2007 @ 07:43:00

Ilia Alshanetsky posts today about the proposed "Month of PHP bugs" that Stefan Esser is proposing:

It would be interesting to see what issues he discovers, hopefully most of them have already been reported to the PHP Security Team, in which case the upcoming 5.2.1 release will provide a resolution path for affected users.

Hopefully, as Ilia states, the bugs will not turn out to be zero-day vulnerabilities and will instead be smaller issues. Either way, a bug-fix patch will probably soon follow.

Either way, I have to look at this as a free security audit of PHP by someone with a clue about security and ultimately, in the long run it will only make PHP better, even if March is going to be rather busy.
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