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PHP 4.4.2 Released
January 13, 2006 @ 11:45:52

According to a new post on the main PHP site, they've released the latest version in the 4.4.x series - PHP 4.4.2.

The PHP development team is proud to announce the release of PHP 4.4.2. This release address a few small security issues, and also corrects some regressions that occurred in PHP 4.4.1. All PHP 4 users are encouraged to upgrade to this release.

Further details about this release can be found in the release announcement and the full list of changes is available in the PHP 4 ChangeLog.

Some of the things that this edition fixes includes: HTTP Response Splitting has been addressed in the header() function, an XSS problem inside the error reporting functionality has been removed, and Apache 2 regression with sub-request handling on non-Linux systems has been fixed.

So, head on over and grab this lastest distribution and upgrade today!

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4.4.2 release http response splitting xss problem apache 2 4.4.2 release http response splitting xss problem apache 2


PHPMac.com:
Building and Installing Apache 2 and PHP 5.1.1 on Mac OS X 10.4.3 Tiger
November 30, 2005 @ 07:11:52

On PHPMac.com today, they have this new tutorial posted to help you, the OS X (Tiger) user to get Apache 2 and PHP 5.1.1 installed on your system.

For anyone that has been wishing to switch to Apache 2 on their Mac, this is the time to do it. PHP 5 has also recently been updated to 5.1.1 and this tutorial describes in detail, the best method to both build and install these programmes on your Mac.

Since Apple don't include Apache 2 with OS X yet I have felt it better to keep Apache 2 in its own directory, and to keep PHP for Apache 2, etc. confined the that directory too.

As usual, they give you all of the commands and information to get it all unpacked, placed in the right locations, and configured for your setup. There are also a few "frequent issues" down near the end of the tutorial to watch out for during your process...

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mac OS X Tiger apache 2 5.1.1 mac OS X Tiger apache 2 5.1.1



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