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From:Ed Carp Date:October 25 2002 3:40pm
Subject:RE: phpmyadmin
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> A quick question: Is phpmyadmin secure? Anyone have an negative
> experiences
> having it installed on their server?

PHP itself is not secure unless special steps are taken to secure it, and
even then it's no guarantee.  There have been several exploits published
against PHP, and a few of them have been root exploits.  I avoid PHP when I
can, especially on shared servers.

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    • RE: phpmyadminEd Carp25 Oct
      • Re: phpmyadmin (OT)Thomas Seifert25 Oct
        • Re: phpmyadmin (OT)Mitchell Wright25 Oct
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        • RE: phpmyadminJeroen Geusebroek26 Oct
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