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PhpMyAdmin Releases Security Update 4.8.5 Patches SQL Injection and Arbitrary File Read

PhpMyAdmin security fix v4.8.5 will patch an SQL Injection and arbitrary file read vulnerability. Security is a daily ongoing endeavor and discipline in today’s online world. In a security blog post the developers of phpMyAdmin announced version 4.8.5 of its software to address a few security related issues. The security fixes involve: Arbitrary file read vulnerability ( SQL injection in the Designer interface (https://www.

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PhpMyAdmin MySQL Table Export SQL Format Missing

PhpMyAdmin MySQL Table Export SQL Format Not Available phpMyAdmin is a tool written in PHP intended to handle the administration of MySQL over the Web, it’s a very popular tool included with many server control panels such as Plesk and cPanel. Recently an incident was sent my way where a large customer was advising the ability to export single MySQL tables within PhpMyAdmin was no longer providing the expected SQL format by default.

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