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From:John Chang Date:October 25 2002 4:10pm
Subject:RE: phpmyadmin
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If one cannot avoid using PHP how can I secure it?  I will initially have 
it on the same server as IIS.

At 10:40 AM 10/25/2002 -0500, Ed Carp wrote:
> > 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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