Discussion in 'General' started by jnsc, Jul 19, 2010.
I updated the package to 184.108.40.206,but please not this is only for ISPConfig 2.
There are several new vulnerabilities
All of them affecting 220.127.116.11, too
I will create a new package this evening.
I was not able to do it last night, I will reschedule for tonight
I updated to 18.104.22.168
Another one: http://www.phpmyadmin.net/home_page/security/PMASA-2011-13.php
One might think these updates are annoying. But fact is phpmyadmin is fixing their code while others are not. It's more like "Again? Oh, well, then, thanks for fixing this, too!"
Package updated to 3.4.4
I get this error with 3.4.4 : Installation instructions not found
Strange, it worked for me without any problems.
Did you follow the instructions as provided in http://www.jnsc.ch/ISPConfig_phpMyAdmin_readme.txt ?
Sorry, just used the updates function. Gonna try this now.
Thanks for you help.
Did not work for me either. I now unpacked the pkg and uploaded the files to the server by hand.
* I tested with 22.214.171.124 again to make sure it is not my system that couses the error. But that one is working great when I use the Update function in ISPConfig.
I tested it on another server also, and that was working OK with 3.4.4.pkg . That one uses ISPConfig version 2.2.39, the other server 2.2.37. Maybe that has something to do with the error?
I am afraid I cannot help, however, you might want to be more specific.
Updated To 3.4.5
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 update the package? Otherwise I'll see if my script to create the packages still works
So here it goes.
Updated to 3.4.9
Updated to 126.96.36.199
Updated to 188.8.131.52
Updated to 3.5.1
Updated to 3.5.2
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