4.0.5 fixes several CVEs
4.0.5 has recently been released. It fixes several vulnerabilities, some of which are severe.
However, I for one...
Gosh! 3 years already! Thanks so much for all the hard work and for keeping it up!
There are once again 4 new vulnerability announcements, 2 of them affecting 3.5.x. PMASA-2013-2 is quite interesting. I didn't know that...
Did you check the first post of this thread? ->
*sigh* phpmyadmin needs an auto update mechanism for sure. There's again a new version: 188.8.131.52
Didn't we all just wait for it? :-)
AFAIK there have been no changes on this side. I am running 2.2.40 and I have removed the ! as mentioned above. htpasswd files are updated.
There have been 3 more security advisories, the most recent one is http://www.phpmyadmin.net/home_page/security/PMASA-2011-17.php
jnsc, can you...
I am afraid I cannot help, however, you might want to be more specific.
Strange, it worked for me without any problems.
Did you follow the instructions as provided in http://www.jnsc.ch/ISPConfig_phpMyAdmin_readme.txt ?
I found that my users' .htpasswd files are not updated, e.g. after users change their passwords. This behavior was introduced with ISPconfig...
There is a quota plugin for SquirrelMail: http://www.squirrelmail.org/plugin_view.php?id=237
I guess other programs have similar add-ons.
Another one: http://www.phpmyadmin.net/home_page/security/PMASA-2011-13.php
One might think these updates are annoying. But fact is phpmyadmin...
Be warned that an ISPconfig upgrade overwrites the init.d scripts.
I've upgraded 2.2.40 to 2.2.40 (no typo here) and found that...
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