[Phpwm] MySQL 3!!!

David Edwards revlob at gmail.com
Wed Jan 9 16:19:14 GMT 2008

A quick search in the American National Vulnerability Database
(http://nvd.nist.gov) returns a handful of known issues with that
version of MySQL and over 70 hits for that version of PHP. It may also
be worth noting that MySQL 3.23 had its extended support dropped at
the end of 2006, meaning no patches whatsoever will be released for
it, even if they are critical security fixes.


PHP4's support has been dropped since the the beginning of this year,
and extended support ends this August:



On 09/01/2008, pete graham <petegraham1 at gmail.com> wrote:
> If anyone has links to serious security vulnerabilities with these
> versions of PHP or MySQL then I might be able to use this to get the
> client to upgrade. I don't think they will do anything without any
> tangible proof that using them is dangerous/risky.
> Pete
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